My boyfriend took his son to the doctor yesterday. Some tests will be done over the summer to figure out if he sustained a birth injury, or if some of his mental and emotional problems are linked to genetics. It's mostly so we have the proper documentation before he turns eighteen in case he needs to get on Disability. But the doctor told my boyfriend that if his problems are genetic, there will be more services available to him. Why would that be?
Something you're born with is likely not to get better. If he is permanently disabled in some way, and you don't think he can make sound decisions for himself, your husb will also need to become his legal guardian. You will need to contact a probate court attorney to help you with that. GL
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^^^Ballad- becoming his guardian won't be as bad as you think. I became my son's guardian. We just had to have his family Dr. fill out some paperwork & every year I have to file some simple paperwork w/ the courts. It's in his best interest to do that, so that no one can take advantage of him. And it gives you some peace of mind. GL
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