Just a quick note to say hi!
Thanks for your note Cead. It is nice to hear from you again. How are things for you and your family?
I do miss Glen very much, but I did make the right decision for him. He is doing really well, it is good for him to be amongst youngsters of similar age and to be able to take part in lots of activities, getting out in the community and doing things for himself, like making his bed, and tidying his room etc.
I was diagnosed with oesteoarthritis just after Glen went into the carehome last year so I am in quite a bit of pain at times in my back and shoulders.
Glen comes home for some weekends and we go up to visit him. I do look forward to seeing him and it is nice to see an improvement in him each time :=)
Do let me know how things are going for you.
Just a quick note to say hi! and hope we can be friends. I have a son who is 18 and has ASD and behavioural problems amongst others. Hope we could be in contact with each other would like to hear about your situation.
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