The school district finally agreed to evaluate difficult child! The school psychiatric told me he didn't blame me if I wanted to tell him "I told you so". They stated in the letter that "additional information or testing was needed in the area(s) of Reading, Math, Written Language, Cognitive, Adaptive Behavior, Social, Emotional & Behavioral, Communication, Motor, and other areas including: sensory integration concerns." I just had to re-read that because I first thought it said they 'would evaluate' in those areas - but now I am seeing more closely they might just want "additional info". I hope they are not playing games. When I asked who would do the evaluating and where - the school psychiatric told me the names of several people at the school. For some reason I thought this was something more extensive than what could be done at school with school personnel. Does this sound right for a multi-disciplinary evaluation? They now have until some time in Feb. to complete this. School psychiatric said again he would like to do the evaluations with difficult child un-medicated. I am conflicted again, because husband and I just decided we would trial an ADHD medication starting xmas break. So now I am not sure what to do.