The babysitter just called me and asked, "does difficult child have a nice twin"? Yesterday and today he has been a totally different kid. Yesterday he NEVER cussed, NEVER lost it and NEVER went into meltdown. HE was sweet and nice to her ALL DAY, HELPED a little boy who was having a tantrum in the doctors office and gave him his toy truck (WHAT????), obeyed her, came when she called him, etc. And because he was so great she said she'd buy him a model to build. This morning they went to Walmart for his model(the worse place for him, in the past). She said they got out of the car, and he walked over and took her hand (on his own!!!). He was "calm, nice, polite, orderly, and not demanding or throwing a fit in the store. He's now at her house, quiet as a mouse working on the model (full attention)!!!! Oh, and he's waking up on his own. Making his own breakfast, and getting dressed!!!!!!!! (Yes, I had to press for him to do his socks and shoes, and brush his teeth (which he didn't do), but a major turn around from 4 days ago. OMG, what does Abilify do??? On Saturday we changed his medication's from Zyprexa 12.5mg at night & 5mg in the morning; to Abilify 7.5mg night & morning. I also stopped the Trazadone in the afternoon. This is by accident, but I didn't see any negative effect, and I actually thought I saw improvement. So he's on Abilify, and totally off Zyprexa and afternoon Trazadone. So, I just called the school district Neuro-psychiatric and I asked for a re-testing of difficult child. I think the other test was skewed by Zyprexa. It was making him a zombie. I hope I'm right, because I just feel that he has more capabilities than what they're saying. I mean he goes to the hospital and comes out below borderline IQ. There's something really wrong in that. What do you guys think?