Well my difficult child got his scooter registered. Yay. Now he just needs to get a FL liscense so we can get him off our car insurance here. He has been in to see the therapists a couple of times, is taking their help and is again actively looking for a job. He had been working for a lady doing yard cleanup etc. but that job is not looking good long term. So his therapist says he is working hard but needs a little nudging and she also agrees he needs to learn to manage money.... which I know and I think this episode of sliding was partly just that, his mismanagement of funds as he learns how to be out on his own (even with financial support from us). So things are looking better. I am so relieved that he has support down there because really he needs to learn how to live on his own. Learning those life skills is an important part of his treatment.