Sotos syndrome

Stacy - posted on 04/19/2015 ( 3 moms have responded )

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Are their any moms out there with children that have been diagnosed with sotos syndrome that are having a difficult time with toilet training?

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Ev - posted on 03/02/2017

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Usually after a child turns 18 or graduates from school, child support stops because it is assumed the child will be working and supporting themselves to some degree or going to school. In this case, your child will need to get some other help from other resources as she is considered a legal adult unless you have some sort of guardianship of her.

Sarah - posted on 03/02/2017

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If she will not be able to live independently, she should qualify for SSI or some other form of government assistance.

Gail - posted on 03/02/2017

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Hi there.is am going through a divorce. My child has moderate sotos and she will leaving school shortly and will be an adult.she will never be able to live independently.
My ex refuses to pay for anything after the age of 18.
Has anyone on here have any experience in this matter?

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