This is an unusual question but one that has concerned me more now that our time to cruise is drawing nearer. Five of our children are adopted--all of them were victims of an often chaotic foster care system that moved them from home to home. As a result, three of the five suffer some emotional trauma (two lived with us from birth so they've never known other "parents"). With medication, working with schools and at home, we've gotten bad behaviors under control (imagine the child who was most disruptive in your classes--talking out of turn, not listening and that would be one of ours). But aboard DCL this will be a differenty story, I'm sure. 1. How do we go about warning counselors of potentially disruptive behavior when, I'm certain, the counselors change regularly. 2. Should the children become disruptive, how will DCL handle this? 3. The children take medication during the course of the day--is this something we need to do or will the couselors make sure this is done?