Did you ever wonder “Can my bipolar child go to university after a breakdown?” When you are a parent, you may struggle to find the answer. Is your child prepared to live alone while at college or university? Is there enough support at the school to help them if problems occur? What is the best protocol if a major issue arises?
We have found that you may want to think deeply about your child’s ability to go back to live away at school. There are many virtual programs that my be safer and be a better option. If you choose to send them back, you may benefit from having a plan in place.
This might look like what would happen if things are going wrong. Do you have the number to the social services team at the university? Is the school aware your child lives with a mental illness? Would you be able to get there in time if something were to go wrong.
These are not easy questions to answer. There is no one blanket response that will solve or make this an easy choice. We provide a life coaching program by phone. Our goal is to listen to your issues and help you make your own decision. It is possible that you will be able to determine what is best for your family.
You may call us for our life coaching program at (213) 304-9555. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to help you and look for a brighter future.