Daisy meets with her primary care physician to establish a relationship and get therapy paperwork and approval started
Daisy has a transfontenelle ultrasound at the hospital
Daisy to follow up with neurosurgeon
counseling session for Ricky
dentist for Daisy
family visit for Daisy
Daisy follows up with the retina specialist
I'm pretty sure this is what my life is going to look like most of the time now. Each one of these medical appointments will take me 1-4 hours minimum (not counting drive time).
Daisy has two family visits a week but is missing one this week because it conflicts with a medical appointment. (Thankfully I've been given permission to give preference to all medical appointments over visits with mom and even court.) Ricky has his family visit (only one) on Saturdays. He's got an out-of-town swim meet this weekend though so he's missing his.
I've got to work up my documentation for Daisy to submit to a third party group that evaluates kids for their "level". Despite MANY hours being spent dealing with Daisy's medical needs, and everyone knowing how badly she was hurt, Daisy came to me as a "basic". I've got to document 30 days worth of notes that will be submitted to this group to evaluate. Hopefully Daisy will get bumped up to "specialized" after that happens. I'm NOT in it for the $$$. But she is going to take an incredible amount of time and effort. There is also the cost of driving to all the appointments and the inevitable restaurant food that will need to be added to the budget as a result as well.
Here's to praying that TT and Bart will cooperate with school a bit more this semester. My schedule simply doesn't allow for a 1-2 hour meltdown over math every day.