For no reason whatsoever Missy got out of the car at the shops and started to scream and shout in a very loud and angry voice for no reason whatsoever.
I immediately responded with .'right back in the car, we are going home .'
And we did .
When she realised she was not going into the shop Missy totally lost her cool and she had a full blown meltdown.
Mid meltdown I phoned her carers to tell them that she could not go out because of the meltdown.
In the background to my phone call Missy could be heard screaming and crying and the carer said , 'well I guess you know best '.
'What the feck ??????'
The carers, not the childminders who have more sense in their little fingers then these carers seem to have in their entire brain, resent me cancelling Missy's outings when she is prone to a meltdown because they don't get paid.
I am sorry but I have been nursing since the age of 17 and I became pregnant with my first child when I was 19 and I have brought up 6 girls and I
have looked after an autistic child 24/7 for the last 13 years so you can bet your arse at 53 with a lifetime of experience I know best when it comes to preventing meltdowns in the street as far as Missy is concerned .
Missy is likely to strip her clothes off or jump into Roath Park lake or at least throw her crocs into the lake or become very violent and start to push and bash people about.
I think I shall check with Missy's social worker to see whether these carers are allowed to stay in the house and do their visit here.
Which means they will be able to do craft activities or play in the front garden with Missy, anything to calm her meltdowns more quickly.
Plus it will be a benefit for them to witness a full blown meltdown and how it is not safe to have the meltdown in the street.
This is not Missy having a meltdown but imagine this 10 times as bad plus purple blotchy face and there you have a Missy Meltdown!