OK our meeting to determine if K is eligable for anything is Thursday... Needless to say I am kind of nervous... I have "stuff" layed out all over the couch, I have the Wright'sLaw books, tons of stuff printed out... I am having such a hard time fitting K into any group... finding an example that has worked. I met with our therapist who is coming with us and who is our "advocate" also... she is even at a bit of a loss, of course last week when we were to meet K was having a huge breakdown and lost it in her office, she dealt with that instead of us talking about the meeting... husband is coming but he is so disgusted by what he saw when he volunteered in her class that he feels even if she gets an IEP who is going to be able to help her... he feels most of the help here are underpayed and have given up... which is basically what her teacher confessed to him!!! I am trying to have hope... So I am looking for any last minute tips!!! HELP... I am writing up my plan, what I want for her future, the next year, her strengths and weaknesses... I feel she is having distractions, needs to much physical contact with just one child, and needs a quieter environment for testing... Like in the computer lab: kids are in her face... she can't focus. Things like that... How does this work, If they have denied us the IEP, but say yes to a 504, will thery have something written up that we take home also? Also if they say yes to the IEP and most likely they have it written up in their one sze fits all plan, then I take it home and add what I think she needs and we meet later? To agree or disagree? Or can we make changes right then and there and then I take it home and look it over, prior to signing? I am sure every school is different... They said, oh these take about 30-45 minutes! That seems kind of short to me??? I am worried also, so far they have not called prior to testing, like we had written, they missed the 60 day timeline, and they missed the week advance that I asked for to have all of the assessments to me prior to the meeting... I still don't have them!!! They said hopefully Tuesday!!! Not looking very positive! Any advice stories hints ideas... Thanks *Oh I did get the one result that she is recommended for Speech Therapy 2x a week for toungue thrust and lisp... other than that she is above normal on all of her testing... and a good kid in class.