Ah, yeah, this is going to get interesting. I just got off the phone with the psychologist who got the referral to evaluate DD1. She PROMISES me she will look at DD1 with a clear and open mind, BUT she was oh so curious if DD1 did this, or did that, or if I thought DD1 was on the spectrum. All this speculation, of course, is because son is on the spectrum. So OY! She's not a neuropsychologist, but said she'll need about 3 hours for her evaluations and will also evaluate for sensory processing disorder (SPD). I'm already getting anxious about the parent forms. Never, Sometimes, Often, Almost always. Except for 'Never', these are such subjective quantifiers. And then what do I do with the symptoms that WERE chronic, but have all but disappeared like the constant lying? From age 3-8 it was non-stop. Now, almost never. REALLY. BUT the hx is there and a part of the big picture, right?