My daughter is 11 and was diagnosed ADHD at age 5. She is currently on Concerta and Risperdal. I have lost custody of my daughter and the foster family is not taking care of her needs. They are not giving her medication on a daily basis and she is failing all her classes. She was a straight A student just 3 1/2 months ago. Everything has been a struggle, from homework to day to day needs. I'm concerned about her and it grieves me to see her needs not being met. I am currently considering giving up custody permanently in the hope that more can be done if she is outside of my care. I have reached my wits end. I had been taking her to therapy for approximately 2 years before I lost custody. I begged for help. I struggle with my own depression and am beginning to think she will be better off without me.
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