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  1. lhakes12 July 28, 2022 / 5:52 pm

    Yes, John, that is basically how the 99% are treated. They throw shit our way!
    And I feel that way even more after my meeting with the new social worker for my autistic son (vaccine -injured).
    I learned that the former social worker that was supposed to have been helping us look for a group home for my son did not fill out the proper reports to make that happen.
    Plus, they are spilling lies as to my son’s recent behavoirs. Recently, he has been lethargic or trying to escape our home. Not aggressive. But aggressive is what is being told to these homes.
    And it doesn’t help either that the group home we had an assessment with awhile back, and had high hopes for won’t get back to us with an update. We need to know if we should move on. A courtesy call or text would be nice.
    Does anyone ever do anything right anymore?
    It seems like the whole world is not functioning right. Even the drive thru service can’t get your order right anymore.

    Has fear, covid vaccines and mask wearing fried everyone’s minds?

    However, I did like the new social worker. Hopefully, she knows what she is doing and will help straighten things out.
    I have to try to keep the hope, because I do not want to be dished out that despicable meal given to the 99%! 😂
    I am still keeping my fingers crossed, John!


    • Dr. John Reizer July 28, 2022 / 6:12 pm

      We live in a world where many incompetent people exist. Lots of folks are just going through the motions in life. It’s sad!

      Hang in there. 👍🙂


      • lhakes12 July 28, 2022 / 10:30 pm

        🙂 👍

    • Kenneth T. July 29, 2022 / 12:57 am

      Lisa, I’m curious on how much money these homes make and if there is more money IF someone is classified as aggressive. – money makes the world go round, you know.

      • lhakes12 July 28, 2022 / 9:46 pm

        Hi Kenneth

        My son would require a one on one. These group homes or even the day programs cannot lock their doors as we do in our home. He had a one on one in his day program that he was in, and he would require a one on one in a group home. He is a flight risk and his dietary restrictions need to be kept in check.
        And yes, these places get paid more money if a one on one is needed.
        The day program he had been in did not want to lose my son. They were paid well. But he refuses to go there anymore. And it is the director of that program that stated he was being aggressive (by pinching). But I know it is lies, because I saw none of that at home. His diet restrictions were kept in check, and he is not aggressive unless he is in a lot of physical discomfort from gut issues.
        Not to mention that I was never informed of such behavior happening, which they are supposed report to the guardian.

        So my son does bring some challenges. But yes, they do receive more money.


  2. sandy edwards July 28, 2022 / 6:20 pm

    I honestly don’t think incompetence is the problem here. I believe we have a vaccine problem, People that have been vaxxed are now showing the signs. This will be made worse by the upcoming flu vaccine that is loaded with no telling what? So I am just waiting to see what comes next.

    • Dr. John Reizer July 28, 2022 / 6:23 pm

      No, I agree with you. There is a big vaccine reaction event that is currently taking place worldwide. It’s going to get much worse, too!


  3. Kenneth T. July 28, 2022 / 10:55 pm

    I’ll take the insects over covidvenom any day.
    Grind those suckers up and bake me some bread

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