I have an 18 year old daughter that was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder about a year ago. She has been on many meds, she has not gotten any better, she is now admitting to hearing voices and other things that she denied before. Right now she is on Zyprexa, Seroquel, and Lithium.. And seems to be better and worse at the same time.. I know it's weird but she doesn't spend as much time alone and actually talks to me, however the talk is sometimes her lashing out and saying very bad things. I recently got her approved for a school to go to to meet people. She wants friends so very badly but has no clue how to go about it. So I thought this would help,, but she refuses to go. She is on disability so that helps a great deal financially,, but I am About to go insane,,, I don't know where to go from here. I can't leave her alone and she never wants to go anywhere. I am in the Memphis,TN area,, does anyone know of anyone who might be able to help?? She is seeing 2 different Dr.'s at this time but no relief in sight.. I feel all alone and I can only imagine what she feels like.
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