Tom, could you possibly get a Durable Power of Attorney to allow you to continue to supervise his medical treatment?
Originally posted by flatcat:
I mean, part of the concern is that he'll be 18 in March. Things change when they turn 18. One important example is that we no longer have any right to see or talk with his doctors or review his medical records. He's considered an adult legally. We don't get to look. It'd be like any of you looking at his records, in the eyes of the law. Because he's legally an adult.
Just a thought.
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