I know I posted a question on what to expect, but does this original "observation" seem appropriate for determining Special Education qualification? I was reading one of the posted links http://www.parentcenterhub.org/resources/ evaluations for special education. The document talks about testing and having medical professionals involved. We had an "evaluation" done in Sept 06. The only people involved were the school social worker, 2 Special Education teachers and the school Occupational Therapist (OT). The social worker took developmental history from us, the Occupational Therapist (OT) had us fill out a sensory profile and the Special Education teacher, who is an Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), had us fill out a Batelle Development history. So they only looked at structured development, Battelle development, sensory and what they call a "multi disciplinary evaluation" in social interaction and play skills by the whole group. The latter was a 45 min. observation in his preschool teachers home, done a month after were completed the other info and after his trail on Ritalin LA which helped some. Of course, throw in a little Ritalin and he doesn't qualify. Now that we have a new meeting this week and a different diagnosis should I push for outside/medical testing?