Well, I should say the DRAFT says, because the clinician couldn't even manage to send me a FINAL copy of her report! And there are TONS of typo's. My meeting with difficult child 1's school staff is Thursday afternoon, and since I just got the friggin report in the mail late this afternoon (if you recall, I was complaining about this a few days ago since she did the evaluation back in early APRIL and gave me a very broad summary of her findings on 4/23) there's NO WAY I could get my comments back to her in time to have the corrections made for my meeting. Grrrr.... I will never use this person or recommend her again. Anyhow, it boils down to him being a bright kid who does average work gets very inconsistent grades and who has significant memory problems and anxiety. She recommends additional time for tests, excuse him from note-taking, and get him back into counseling for his anxiety, to name a few. I'm eager to hear the school's findings on Thursday and what they propose to do to help him next year in highschool. I'll keep y'all posted!