We received the results today and difficult child does not meet the legibility criteria for any intervention. The team did see some delays in a few areas but not significant enough (the most being 10% delay in speech). They want to see him again in May though and re-evaluate him. They do feel the gap might become bigger and don't want him to fall through the cracks of the system. They also stated to call them RIGHT AWAY if we get a diagnosis of Aspergers. Having seen him, they believe he will do fine in a regular classroom setting, next year in Kindergarten. But they also believe he might qualify for services down the road (when the gap is "big enough" witha 30% dealy in one area or 25% in 2 areas). Even if we get an Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) diagnosis, they believe he will do fine in school with the proper help. They recommended to keep him in daycare and keep working on his social skills. I'm going to give you a short summary of his results so you can tell me if you see some red flags that you would be familiar with. His age is 50 months. Here, we go: *Attention: Most skills fall at a 54-month level. *Problem-solving: most skills at a 48-month level *Social cognition: based on LIMITED observation at a 48-month level. We have to keep in mind that the team did NOT observe in his daycare. difficult child usually does very good with adults but not good with his peers. So I want to think his social skills are BELOW the stated 48-month level. *Complexity of play: 42-month *Adaptive behavior results: 82 which place him in the below average range (85-115 being average) *Educational: within normal range *Gross motor: on the 48-54 month age range *Fine and visual motor skills: 54-60 month level *Languag comprehension: 45 month level. 10% delay * Language production/pragmatics: 45 month level. 10% delay *Articualtion and phonology: no concerns *Voice and fluency: no concerns *Oral mechanism: within normal They also have set some "next steps" that V should be able to do within the next few months: Label age-appropriate quantitive and descriptive concepts (first, last, less, full) Produce ppast tense approprietely Follow 2- and 3- steps directions without cues (I don't believe that one will come easy!!! he REALLY stuggles with it) I guess, right now is the same old "wait and see".