DS is 4 years old and diagnosed with Mood Disorder not otherwise specified. His main struggles are with meltdowns over seemingly insignificant things, defiance/refusal to participate in things in preschool, and more recently some aggression. He has a hard time learning at times, because he just can't seem to focus or sit still, and seems overstimulated at times, also puts a lot of pressure on himself and gets very frustrated when he can't do things 'right' (he's pretty behind most kids his age as far as writing/drawing etc. - he's starting Occupational Therapist (OT) this week for fine motor skills). He has some sensory issues as well, and he is very shy, very very anxious in social situations, and socially awkward - not sure how to approach a group, won't respond to questions at first in social situations. He's no longer in preschool - he was removed from the program (private preschool) because of behaviors. But as far as evaluations, he's usually very bright, engaged and curious in one-on-one testing type situations. We are meeting with-school district next week to start the evaluation process and decide what evaluations they will do. Autism has been ruled out by several specialists. Not sure what type of testing they will plan to do but they had asked what type of evaluations I want - ??? I have no idea how to answer that. He has not qualified for special education services in the past when he has been evaluated (before he was 3) but that was before his diagnosis and before a lot of the behaviors started. Thanks for any info!