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Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.Ugh, that sounds absolutely terrible. I truly feel very sorry for the child who is obviously not obtaining the care and is not being provided what he needs to get past this issue. You as a stranger can only do two potential things. First, you yourself can consider filing for an anonymous CPS report and request that they investigate this situation. Second, if you can, you could potentially file for guardianship on your own and claim that since the other parent is engaged in potential neglect and a refusal to properly and adequately care for her son' medical needs, she is 'unfit'. This may well be considered child abuse and parental neglect--not the taking of his toys or item but for failing to seek assistance. I truly hope that you can potentially consider helping--CPS does tend to favor relatives in cases such as this and if they find her unfit, they would seek out relatives first before the children would be placed in foster care..Good luck.