In a few minutes, we will be on our way back to the @ClevelandClinic for Lizze‘s intake evaluation. This is moving along rather quickly and is going to involve a great deal of change in Lizze‘s life.
As an aspie herself, change doesn’t come easily and she is very, very nervous about this whole thing.
My hope is that after today she will feel a bit more at ease with her decision to go through with this. Today’s appointment is supposed to last about 2 hours and is very thorough, from what I understand.
We will also learn more about the program of which there are less than half a dozen of in the entire country.
Hopefully, we’ll figure out how we will pull this one off and be able to set a date that this will begin.
This has the potential to be a life changer for Lizze and I will do whatever I have to in order to ensure she has this opportunity. It will be a very long three weeks but nothing compared to the rest of her life.
Please keep Lizze in your thoughts and prayers today and we take this next step in her journey….together. Remember, this is all part of the Lost and Tired family’s, Operation Hope.
Glad to hear Lizze is finally getting the medical attention she needs. Prayers for your entire family as you continue to deal with these complicated medical issues.
@hudginsvicky thank you. We know what we need to do. We just need to figure out how to get there. 🙂
Good luck, Lizze!
Out of curiosity, is it pronounced "Liz" or "Liz-ee?" For the first few months that I read this blog (I've been following it since last summer) I read the spelling as "Lizzie" and then one day I suddenly realized that was wrong.
@MeaghanGood it's pronounced Liz. Thanks for the email as well. I really appreciate it. 🙂