Operation Hope: Simple yet effective

It’s been awhile since I’ve talked about Operation Hope. Nothing has really changed but we have made a modification over the weekend.

You may recall that we decided to manage Gavin’s

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medications a little differently.  Gavin would start getting his meds in the morning at school and his evening meds from my parents before Lizze’s mom picked him up.

This took some of the responsibility off of Lizze’s parents and spread it out across the rest of the support team.

I wasn’t a huge fan of this plan but it was a plan and it did seem to work.

However, it wasn’t long before we realized just how much of a pain in the ass this actually was. Every time anything would come up, we would have to work the meds around everything.  Plus, we hadn’t planned for the weekends either. 

Basically, his meds were divided and located in three different places and it just wasn’t working. 

On Friday, Lizze and I decided to make a few changes.  We will be overseeing all Gavin’s medications.  We will dispense them out, a week at a time.  This will allow for them to be more tightly monitored and controlled, while preventing things from becoming overly complicated again.

I personally feel much better about this plan.  It’s far more realistic and if this doesn’t work out than we’ll have to figure something else out. 

This is will simplify things a little bit and right now we need things simple but effective. 


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