I've posted on the board before.....Here's my story. I have a six year old son who I suspected as having Aspergers. I took him to a psychologist who conducted a neuropsychologist exam. I know she's only a psychologist, but she was very detailed/knowledgeable/highly recommended and I told her in advance that I suspected Aspergers and/or ADHD. In my opinion, if he is Aspergers, he is very boderline (good eye contact, good expressive/receptive language skills, motor coordination within normal limits, etc....) We have problems with frustration, disrespectful attitude, always wanting to win, interest in maps/globes (not perseverative according to psychologist)and he chews on his shirt sometimes. Also, he was very verbal at a young age. I received a very comprehensive report (25 pages) and basically the conclusion is that he has some characteristics of NLD. 14 point difference between Verbal IQ score and Non-verbal score. He scored in the gifted range for verbal and average to above average in non-verbal areas. Midwest Mom, the only reason I single you out is that you seem to have experience with misdiagnosis and maybe boderline cases? Although my family thinks I need to let go of this issue, I can't. I think I may schedule an evaluation at our Childrens Hospital in Dallas. Anyone have any thoughts on this? I guess at this point that is my last evaluation for my son. Also, I'm not even sure any type of intervention will apply to him....Thanks everyone....This board has been a Godsend.