We have a young lady, 22, that is assumed to have special needs. To my knowledge she has never been tested. Her mother doesn't believe anything is wrong with her and the father doesn't seem to care. They all came to church when she was in elementary school. The parents divorced 6-7 years ago and the daughter lives with her dad. Neither of the parents come to church with her. Her friends outside of church are close to her age, young adults with similar learning disability issues. Not sure how she is connecting with them. I do know from conversations with her, that her dad is pushing her to learn a life skill and get a job. She has no desire to do that. She sits at home pretty much 24/7 and watches TV and surfs the web. Her conversations center around adult content and fantasy. That's an issue, especially around our children and teenagers. As she grew in age, so she moved up in the age specific Sunday School classes. That's until she hit the youth group. She is on a 2nd or 3rd grade reading level. She is can be disruptive in Bible study. Likes to lay down and take naps during Sunday School because she stayed up all night watching youtube videos. She doesn't take correction very well and has to be called down often. At the least she is a distraction. She refuses to move up to the adult classes. I'm not sure what they will be able to do with her if she does. A church in town that has an adult special needs ministry has reached out to her parents and talked to her as well about coming to their church. She refused stating she has a church home, which she does. We have known this child since she was a child and are not trying to run her off, but we don't have anyone trained to meet her specific needs. In the past, several of the ladies in the church have tried to help her with simple things like hygiene, making sure she has proper attire for church and getting her back and forth to church. We are able to get her back and forth to church. Occasionally her dad will bring her on Wednesdays. There are several that want the youth minister to be responsible for her. Keeping her in the youth group is unfair to the young folks and the youth leader. When do you draw the line? 25, 30 years of age. Though she has the mind of a child, she has the body of an adult and is engulfed with adult things; TV, Internet, same aged friends. We love her and want the best for her, but are unsure how to handle her.