Ironwood Maine Testimonials
Carol's Parent Testimonial
It has been some time since Edward left Ironwood. Sometimes it seems like yesterday, sometimes like a year ago. I can't use the word "easy" to describe Edward's return home. Yet, "so far, so good". He is both still himself and yet transformed. Every day with him is an adventure now, but the kind of "adventure" that is full of surprises and hope. It's a little scary to believe that a miracle has occurred, but I do want to give credit where credit is due: I believe Edward has had an "attitude transplant"!!
I was blessed by Ironwood's existence. I don't think I could have sent him west of the Mississippi...And I don't think I could have found a better place here in the east. Thank you, thank you, thank you for Ironwood.
I believe as well that it was extremely important to Edward and to me that Ed graduates. Edward wears his graduation bracelet with such hope and displays his graduation picture with love and pride. I know, Marion, that you had a lot to do with Ed's graduation. With gratitude, I just want to tell you that I do strongly believe that Ed's graduation was earned and deserved and that it has made a very strong impression. Edward is going to be OK. His life was saved. How can I ever re-pay you?