Currently they don't duplicate services he's receiving else where, and he's getting OT, and ST else where right now, so they are going to do monthly service coordination, which means they will come out monthly and give suggestions for ways we can work with him in addition to the OT and ST and also check on him monthly to make sure he doesn't need more therapy. Also, once the home nurse visits are done they can have a nutritionist come out and check his weight and make recommendations for him.
Currently I'm suppose to go back to work around June 4th, but my husband and I have decided that I will stay home longer for William and pay for insurance with COBRA, as FMLA runs out after June 4th and at that point Raytheon will cease to pay for my insurance benefits while I'm on leave. I would give anything for William to not have these struggles, but as there's nothing at this point we can do to change that we as a family are going to do what's necessary to insure his health. At this point we feel it's best if I stay home longer to ensure he's eating and doesn't have to go back to the hospital for more NG feedings if he were to not eat well for a care provider.