As some of you know, I have decided to hold off on school testing. My difficult child recently had a speech evaluation, and we found out that he has some mild developmental delays. Now that I have proof of the delays, I contacted my difficult child's teacher. The teacher told me to contact the speech therapist, and I did. I asked her if he qualifies for school services, and she said not unless it's affecting his school performance. Now how do I prove that? I feel guilty, because I don't have the energy to fight with these people; plus, I don't have much time, since I work full-time. As it is, we are looking at speech therapy once per week, and possibly occupational therapy. I mean there is only so much time that I can get off from work. I guess I just don't really want to bother with it. I know that they don't have to test him, unless they all agree that it's affecting his school performance. I am just so frustrated, and I feel like . Plus, I am having major issues with my difficult child's daycare. He has a new teacher, who is seriously a poo poo head. I told him that my difficult child may not always communicate his needs, like he won't go up to the teacher and tell him that he wet himself. The teacher said well all the other kids do, and I am like he's not like other kids. I explained to him that we suspect that he has AS, and he had no clue what AS is. I told him about the large motor issues, social problems, strange hand postures, tics, etc. He goes on to tell me that it's normal child behavior. Plus, he had the nerve to say that he has only seen my child have a tantrum with me, like I caused it. It's like they seriously think I am a head job. Even when I gave one of the administrators the "official speech evaluation results" I was told that they didn't think that he had any problems. What do I have to do to have these people take me seriously?