lifesajourney Posted November 11, 2011 Share Posted November 11, 2011 My son will be five in February, but we are finally at the point where I feel like we may benefit from seeking out a diagnosis and therapy for his behavior. Unfortunately, I am unsure how I want to proceed. My husband is in the military, we just moved here to San Antonio, but are moving again in march To Oklahoma (he is only here for training). Change and transitions are extremely hard on my son, so I felt like it was not worth starting the eval process here, knowing our stay is only temporary. However, my son has been out of control at some point everyday since we arrived two weeks ago, and the aggression is most concerning. We were under the care of a homeopath before we moved from WA, and we were seeing some benefits from the homeopathic remedies. I did get in touch with her since we've moved, and even with her 'large dose' recommendation, we only got a few 'good' days. I do prefer the natural approach, but i feel like I also kind of need to know what else is going on, as does my husband. My question is basically what to do now? We are currently on base, and if we sought out an appointment it would be with a military doctor, never my first choice. I also believe he'd be eligible for some testing through the school district (child find?). I am just not sure where to go from here, again, knowing we are leaving in a few months,and sometimes the waiting lists can be just that long. I would love and appreciate anyone's input and perspective, as the process is all new to me. Lastly, I am very interested in perusing rdi therapy, but wondering if it's ever covered by insurance? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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