A Nova Scotia grandmother is fighting to get her fourteen year old grandson out of a Consecon treatment centre and back to his home area. Charmaine Cromwell-Sparks, who visited her grandson yesterday says she’s worried about the care of the boy at Bayfield Treatment Centre, and what she calls the lack of information about his treatment. The boy has attention-deficit-hyperactive-disorder and other behavioural issues. She wants the Nova Scotia Department of Community Services to bring him back to his home province. And, Cromwell-Sparks says, having her grandson in Ontario is ruining her family financially.