My son is going to have a school evaluation in a couple weeks. My hope is: he will qualify for special pre-kindergarten and have a teacher who actually understand his needs. It is very likely that he has Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD). Anything that has to do with "hearing", he is lost. He does not like or understand story books, but love picture book (like the pig, the cat, the elephant and the matching picture). He does not do songs. He does not watch TV. He can't memorize single letters but is able to recognize sight words. My feeling of all this: he needs a very visual and hands on teaching environment. The noise around needs to be minimum and instruction repeated directly to him face to face. The following through is crucial to make sure he did in fact processed the information. All of those needs are not met or even understood at his regular daycare. Socially and on an education stand point it is a waste of time. He is withdrawn and does not understand what is going on. The only activity he fully particiaptes in is art. How should I get prepared for the evaluation? Am I even going to have an input? I'm afraid they are not going to see the magnetude of the problem because he will not be in a regular setting. When he is one on one, he understands a lot better. Not having background noise helps a lot as well. Any advise would be welcomed. Thanks!