Just a quick note to say hi!
Hi jeanne. I posted to one of your board posts. maybe it was in adults with special needs section. I don't know if you got it directly to your inbox when I sent it there. I have not been to this board for a while and forgot how to send private messages. yes, it is always nice to have a friend. How is your son doing? And you? You must be terribly lost with him suddenly being in a group home and all the free time on your hands. I cannot imagine that. I just added you to my friends list. Thank you for "friending" me! cead
Just a quick note to say hi! Hello Jeanne, how's your son doing? My daughter's Neurologist just increased the Risperdal to 1 tab at night (instead of half) and she is doing just fine. I think I do see improvement already. She went to sleep at 12 midnight and did so peacefully and without hesitation. I also see less agressive behavior as she's been very sweet and very happy these last two days. Let me know how its going for you and your son. Take Care, Annie
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