My ds, 11 has been diagnosis'd with Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)-not otherwise specified, anxiety, ADHD and we have suspected mood disorder, tics, Sensory Integration Disorder (SID), PTSD, ODD. He has had a tumultuous school career thus far. With the exception of one school, all of the teachers he has encountered cannot handle him without going over the line. We've pulled him numerous times since preschool. Things like dragging him across the carpet by his legs and shirt, grabbing his cheeks to force him to look while being yelled at (preschool), being wrestled with by a psychologist and then forced to sit still or be put in a hold (preschool), denied food for the entire day of school because he couldn't stand in line nicely (K), being held by a police school liason officer and yelled at for 3 hours (K), being secluded and restrained too many times to count in K-2 grades. Brought home to homeschool for 3 years (going to school for speech only during most of that time, with a try at half days just this spring). Again, this spring the new teacher broke down after 3 days. He is very anxious --> which turns to defiance at such a level many are lost as how to approach him. School refuses 1:1 for him, thought it is desperately obvious he needs it just to maintain behavior, let alone get any work done. Do you have children who absolutely refuse to do most tasks for teachers? We have requested no rewards/punishments as motivators because he works the system and will refuse eventually to do the work, no matter the prize or punishment.