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Heartbroken caregiver to a beautiful child with autism

rights of caretaker of special needs child- Where do I begin?? I have been like a second mother to a child with autism for seven years.since he was born.My dilemma is that this little boy who I wayched around 85% of the time due to first because his mom and dad worked and then 2 years after he was born his mom found out she had cancer.I then became his second mother with no problems from the dad until now. The mother passed away a year ago and the dad has met a woman whom he plans to marry with two children of her own.the little boy I watched and loved and cared for also has a 10 year old sister.Well they have decided to take this child away from me because he is too close to myself and my husband and I am sure it all stems from jealousy on the new girl in the dads life.There is a bond we have with this little boy and they cant handle it. I have known this family for 10 years and have been there for them all the while.I am heartbroken about not being able to see him and I can only imagine what is going through this childs mind as to why he is not seeing me anymore.its killing me to think i may loose him forever.The father keeps coming up with excuses for us not to see him or his sister.I made a promise to this little boys mom before she passed to always love and be their for her son and now I have no control since the girlfriend came into the picture.I am sure they will end up getting married andIi wa

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You are an employee. You have no rights to the child whatsoever. It's sad that the Father wants to cut you out but it's his decision to make. You kept your promise to the best of your ability and I'm sure the Mother knows this. You have nothing to feel guilty about.

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