She originally was qualified due to a speech delay. Good thing is that she is caught up. But, they do not want her to stop therapy for obvious reasons. They said they'd qualify her under a learning disability, but couldn't give more details on what type, they said she's too young to know yet. Her academic scores were average for the US. She tests very slowly, but gets things correct. They pointed out the relationship between her performance and not being able to process things auditorly. Is this one trait of Autism? (I've been wondering about Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)-Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)) I've been pointing out to husband that he needs to back away from her when she's in overload and they basically confirmed it, that she'd meltdown if given too many auditory instructions. They said she's doing okay on one-to-one stuff, but has a hard time working around other kids or in groups. She's sort of okay with reading, motor skill issues with writing, and her math is not good at all. She's just not getting the concepts of numbers (not totally, but not as much as she should at her age). We have an evaluation set up for next week with the regional center. I'll see what they say and then move onto a developmental pediatrician if I need more answers. I'm happy to know that 1. She's improved a lot in the past three years and 2. that her school district is not giving up on her and are pushing to make sure she stays in therapy. And yeah, all of the behavioral issues came up too but that's ongoing.