I was a half hour late to work today, because school was cancelled for my kids. Of course my oldest had just throw a tantrum about it. Then everything would be right as rain and he would say something about being ready for school and his brother would tell him they weren't going to school and the tantrum would start again. I don't know what to do. He does this every year on cancellation days and holidays. He just cannot grasp that he doesn't have school and it's okay.
I need to get him in to be evaluated, but I don't even know where to go now that the lady never called me back the few times in the last two months I have left her messages. She cancelled the appointment we had with her in November, too.
I just wonder how my sister is doing with him right now while I'm at work. I hope there is school tomorrow, because today is going to be rocky.
If it is a medical provider, I recommend trying another that your insurance takes. It can be quite frustrating getting an evaluation of a disabled child or adult. It took me eighteen months and three different places before I got diagnosed myself with Asperger's Syndrome. Good luck!
Last night was stressful, too, so I should have expected it. I am just so surprised I kept calm all through it this morning. Of course, his brother had to keep setting him off when I calmed him down, by reminding him we didn't have school today for him.
I just wish we could find out why he does it.
Hugs!! I understand how change can be upsetting. Nathan goes through that too.