I finally heard from neurpsych. After about 3 or 4 weeks of calling the poor intake guy weekly (my message Monday said that if this is Mr Intake Man, you don't have to call me but if you could remind them that I want to get this set up before the school year next year and I know they are booked.........) she called me yesterday. I have an intake appointment on June 28th, and then after that we will do the testing. There is some of the testing that they cannot do as the school did it a few months ago, but she said there were some different tests they could do to get new results. I asked her about her experience, and she said she has been doing testing for 3 years or so and did her training with the old neuropsychologist at the practice, even though she said her voice sounds like she is 12. I said that was not why I was asking, I ask anyone who is going to be seeing my kids that question. When she said the first appointment would be with just me, I said good. I like to meet people before they see my kids. So we will see what comes of it. difficult child son has so many traits from so many disorders that it is hard to tell what is going on. He is increasingly inflexible. If he wants to do something and I say no, he says I am not listening to him. He will do and say anything to get friends, but cannot follow through on it and then it makes things worse. He HAS to be tucked in at night or he goes to tears and cannot sleep. He did let his dad do this the other night when I was gone, after sobbing for a half hour or so. He is so explosive in the morning that I take him a bagel in bed so I don't have to deal with having him out in the rest of the house. I know that is starting a bad habit, but otherwise difficult child dtr and I just cannot deal with him. He blames the dogs for tripping him, getting in his way, etc etc. I have tried explaining to him that they are dogs, they are not doing this on purpose. My biggest fear? Is that they are going to want to do a medication wash. I am not against this and part of me thinks it could be good, but I would like to try to do it at home (the nearest child psychiatric hospitals are 4 hrs away) and I don't think he would do well with that. So it would mean me being off work the whole time to run interference and that sounds exhausting. husband just does not have the patience to deal with it, and I will not leave it to anyone else in the house. difficult child son is on so many medications, it might really be a good idea but it just scares me at the same time.