everytime my son acts up they ask me if he had his medication this morning...and yes he gets it every day and they seem to think it will out like little perfect robot children.HELP:Answer Question
Be polite about it and say something like "Yes, he always gets his medication, and I never forget"
What kind of things is he doing?
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* alurien I agree with previous poster (Quoted above) I just pulled out my son and will home school the remainder of this year and find a school that is better suited to him next year even if we have to go private school route, there are grants. My son has ADHD, PTSD, Bipolar 1n a speech articulation disorder and I will not put him on bipolar drugs right now because all they were trying were zombifying him and stunting his growth. Behavior modification,redirection, and his adhd medication(Focalin) are all he needs to succeed right now and since his school wouldn't recognize his diagnosis and (IMO) were too lazy to use redirection and behavior modification (one teacher out of four was good!) We pulled him out. He is the son of me and my husband I must fight for him cause no one else will and if you need tips, help or just to talk just pm me.
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