Based on your answers, you’ve done an excellent job laying the ground work that will support a successful transition after treatment. I’m confident that getting to this point took diligent effort on your part, and for that I applaud you.
Too often parents look to the treatment program as being primarily responsible for their son/daughter’s success after treatment. Unfortunately, doing so leads to a feeling of helplessness on the part of the parents, as they wait and hope that their son/daughter makes progress. Thankfully, you have not taken a back seat to the treatment journey. But rather have engaged in the process and prepared yourself and your family for the next step.
Metaphorically speaking, it’s as if you are preparing for a whitewater canoeing trip with your family. You know it’s going to be challenging and therefore you have done your research, packed all the appropriate gear, and even practiced your canoeing skills on nearby lakes and rivers. Despite all your preparation, you wouldn’t dream of taking the trip without a river guide who is familiar with the river and all of it’s hazards, as well as how to navigate around them…and sometimes through them.
Similarly, our Homeward Bound transition coaches have served as guides for hundreds of families nation-wide since 2005. We know what to expect, how to prepare, and are skilled at navigating families through this transition. In addition, we help you pull together your support team and then help make sure they are all paddling in the same direction.
How would it feel to you to have that kind of expertise guiding you through the transition?
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