Re: "The Rest of Your Life"
I think I get what Raisor's mom is saying, that no one really wants their kids to have to be on any medication for the rest of their life. It adds complication and cost, even though it means quality of life is better overall. My son takes medication that reduces the anxieties he experiences as a part of being on the autism spectrum and as a parent I can't help but hope that one day he can function without it. It's not really very likely, but that hope is part of a vision for his future as a successful adult who learns how to live in a neuro-typical world and it buoys me in the low times. Sorry if this thread is becoming confessional.
If there were a pill that could keep me from saying what's on my mind in staff meetings, I'd take it for the rest of Raisor's life.
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