Any advice on searching for genetic syndromes that include mood disorders in children? My son has a several physical anamolies plus learning disorder, low IQ, behavior/mood stability problems that seem too numerous to not be linked. Insurance (if a small town pediatrician disagrees, no insurance coverage to seek out help) fails me and income puts me in a bind (no spare $, but no medicaid either). I wish I knew where to start without a huge checkbook. Diagnosis could mean SSI for a kid who seems unlikely to be able to live on his own and currently too aggressive for me to handle.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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