Phew....got that over with. I was so nervous and scared walking into the apt. I was stuttering, dry mouth and couldnt get my words out at first. It was so overwhelming to finally be at this point and hopefully getting some insight into my son.
Anyways, hubby and I felt like we buried her in stories and thoughts. But she listened to everything single thing we had to say and offered little insight but she said she needs more info to be able to fully know whats going on. She was relating to the information we were giving her and was kind of leaning towards the thought process of him being wired slightly wrong and is having sensory issues with transitioning. Most everything we told her was him reacting to situations where his world is changing like from stopping tv to go brush teeth, stopping playing outside to do homework, leaving sports to go to a restaurant, leaving home to go do errands with me etc. And his moods levels are getting stronger in intensity and leaking out of the house into school and grandparents house. She gave us a few examples to try and prevent the "explosions". she said that if its a sensory thing he will hopefully not have such a meltdown and if we start to prep him, like ok after this commercial we are going to get ready for bed, then say it again and again until its time, this way his brain will be ready for the change. (fingers crossed)
We go back in 2 weeks with the results of our findings.
Thanks for listening.