Hi Everyone, I promise Ill try not to make this too long. I havent posted much lately and dont expect anyone to really remember me, but Ive been reading all this time, laughing when you laugh and crying when you cry. I'm going to try hard to be a more "active" (read: non-lurking) member of the community. The last time I was active we were seeking a neuropsychologist evaluation for my difficult child Knight. At the time I was also going through a divorce and things were quite contentious between myself and ex. The neuropsychologist basically refused to evaluate Knight because of the conflict between myself and ex (hanging head in shame) Fast forward a few years. I guess at the time I talked myself into believing Knight was not a true difficult child because if he truly had issues, would the neuropsychologist have refused to evaluate him? In the meantime I started a new relationship, became engaged, and Knight, Sprite and I moved to his town in a much smaller school district. A new start, where Knight would not be prejudged by the kids here, was just what he needed, I thought. Knight has matured, I thought. He is not going to alienate the other kids with his behavior anymore. I thought. Was I ever wrong. Knights therapist recommended we try again for the neuropsychologist evaluation, this time with a different dr. We got on a wait list and 5 months later Finally got the evaluation last week! Knight finished about an hour before they said he would (not sure what to make of that) and I had several questionnaires to complete, his teacher as well. I got those back today..and, not sure if I was supposed to, I read them. Its worse than I thought. Hes totally clueless how his behavior appears to others. So my question for you guys, when I meet with the neuropsychologist next week, whats gonna happen? Is she just going to tell me my kid has ADHD and we have to deal with it? Will she give any recommendations as far as interventions? What should I be asking? One of my big concerns is, believe it or not, the accuracy of my own responses to the questions on the forms. Knight is so hard to read that I fear sometimes I project my own thoughts & emotions onto him & his behavior.