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Unread 01-22-2013, 06:54 PM   #1
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Confused Bipolar/PDD Help

My nine year old son is beyond what the school district offers to help him. He is out of control. I have no idea what to do now. I feel like he needs to be placed in a residential facility or something with that intensity to begin this journey. Please if you have any suggestions or help of any kind I would appreciate it.

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9 years old
diagnosed first with adhd until he had a psychotic episode about a year ago
at that time he was diagnosed Bipolar Disorder type 1, mixed with severe psychosis, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, PTSD, ADHD and maybe ODD.
Current medications are 40mg Geodon B.I.D.

Hospitalized for out of control behavior and auditory command and visual hallucinations on five separate occasions since October 2011 the most recent being November 2012.

When released he was fine for a couple of weeks each time and then back to the same behavior issues caused by severe socialization issues.

We are in Central Texas with nothing that I can find to help us!!!

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Unread 01-24-2013, 01:33 AM   #2
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Hi there.
Welcome to the NeuroTalk Support Groups.

The Autism forum is sometimes a little quiet. You may find more support and information to help your son and you on the Bipolar forum which is usually busy. They're a great group of people there.

Here's the link.

Bipolar Disorder Forum

There's also this sub-forum below.

Parents with Bipolar Children

I'm sorry your son is having such a difficult time. I hope you find some answers.
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Hello,my name is katmae welcome to NT,I'm sorry that you are having so meany problums with your son my grandson(well I call him my grandson he's my sons girlfriends boy)anyway she has been dealing with a lot of the same issues she finaly took him out of public school and is now home schooling him this seems to have taken some of the presure off of him and he is doing much better,I'm not saying that this is the answer but it seems to have made a big diferonts in him,all the kids would pick on him in school because he is defront,and I hate to say that the teatchers did not know how to handle him so he was always in truble at school,I do hope that you can find some answers that you and your son need
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