I have been reading and replying to these discussions for a while now and it finally hit me as to how very lucky I was to have moved to this house out in the middle of no where, which took the boys to a very small caring school, where I got to know a 1st grade teacher who knew alot about ADHD and educated all of us. She also knew I was having a hard time finding a doctor who actually knew what he was doing, and pulled alot of strings to get my grandsons into a very good doctor who did know what he was doing (and was not accepting new patience). He in turn sent me to a great councling outfit, who got them the perfect PRS worker and service worker, who in turn got them the speech help that they needed and just about everything else they needed. I ended up with a whole group of people involved in the boy's lives that talk to each other and come up with new help and idea's for them. Life isn't a bowl of cherries, but it's liveable and not so stressful. I just wish all you parents had the help that these boys fell into and Thank God he was there to lend up a hand and point us in the right direction. I also thank God for all of you who have given me new ideas and ways to deal with different situations. We have been blessed and I really wish the same blessing on all of you and your kids. Thank you!
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