All I have to say is this: My 8-month-old infant brother died inexplicably of SIDS when I was 4, it traumatized me for life. I remember that morning like it happened yesterday and I was just a child. As a mother, I constantly checked on my babies all night to make sure they were breathing and safe (to be honest, I still do even now that they are older...) I can't imagine how I would have been if I lost my own child, considering losing a brother left such deep, lifelong scars -- but let's say I hypothetically did. IF I had already lost one special needs child during the night, especially if it had only been a few years ago, then I would definitely feel the need to keep my other special needs child either in the same room with me or AT LEAST be checking on them multiple times a night. I could not go a span of 8 to 10 hours without making sure any of my kids were okay -- either I'd do it myself or have another responsible adult do it, AT LEAST. If my child had a feeding tube I imagine I'd need to check on them even more frequently. That is just my opinion based on my own experiences. I am very concerned about this missing child.