psychiatric hospital psychiatrist. today. So far they haven't changed around any medications, just the timing of some of them (I found that strange since he has been there a week). She is going to add an extra dosage of Clonodine in the late afternoon. She also mentioned the possibility of adding in a new medication. One possibility is something that is usually used for Alzheimer's patients and I forgot what the other one was. One of them he couldn't take if they keep him on the Clonidine. We have a meeting Monday after work with a huge staff. I'm worried they are going to want to discharge him sooner than he is truly ready. He, of course, is doing well in the hospital as always. However, during one visit he punched me in the arm a few times (on Wednesday), and today he was verbally aggressive at the start of the visit. On a good news front I'm hopeful he may qualify for a program that would provide us with much more support including more respite! My therapist thinks he might and this psychiatrist thought so as well even though last time we tried they wouldn't even consider difficult child for the program. She seems to think they have relaxed their qualifications some. She would like us to take him out on a pass tomorrow to see how he does in that situation. We're going to give it a try if the first part of the visit goes well. So that's the update on this end.