I got the report faxed to me today. I am having issues with some parts of this and think that there is more it then what the diagnosis is right now anyway. The first thing is that is says "on the CBCL problem scales, total problems, internalizing and externalizing score are all above 90th percentile. Thought problems, attention problems and rule breaking syndromes were all in the 97th percentile." The second "The results of the ADHDT revel that he exhibits above average. High levels of hyperactivity ad very high levels of inattention. In fact, his raw score for inattention was the hightest possible for that subscale." The third "The results of the Beck Depression Inventory were not sufficiently elevated to warrant a diagnosis of major depression. However, he did endorse high levels of agitation, irritability and loss of energy" The diagnosis ADHD, predominantly Inattentive Type Depressive Disorder, not otherwise specified Auditory working memory disorder So what do you all think? This was his first real evaluation, I don't understand all of it the ones that I just don't get I have put in italics. We are scheduled to go to the neuropsychologist on Oct 13th and again on the 31st. I am thinking that there is something more to this that the neuropsychologist will find. What is the next step up from ADHD?