Diary of a mother:

All has been fairly quiet lately for us, but as the old saying goes 'when it rains it pours' and boy, have I just had a rainstorm! We started music therapy last term at school. I was a bit unsure, not knowing all his past and also knowing his very different reactions to music already – also his undiagnosed sensory issues but we decided to give it a shot... Let’s just say it didn't go to plan. He suffered from hallucinations and huge epic breakdowns like no one has ever witnessed before. He believed for days that a woman was trying to kill him and as you can imagine his behavior has been spiraling out of control – especially with myself and his female teachers. Due to all his unfortunate reac

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