And I have to say it feels good to be among people who understand how utterly frustrating parenting a difficult child child is. When I was pregnant, I had grandiose ideas of how sweet our life would be. What a shock reality can be at times. My son is 5 years old now, but was diagnosed at about 3.5 with odd/adhd (the process was started when the director of his daycare strongly suggested it). The problem is that I think there is more going on than his official diagnosis suggests. The medications he's on to calm him definitely work for the adhd, but I think he has some type of problem processing data or relating data back to me. He doesn't make sense when he's trying to relate a story about something he's seen or experienced. Nor does he EVER tell me how his day at school went. Every single day I ask how school was- his response is "fun". I ask what about the day was fun and he always, always tells me he can't remember. I've been reading posts and see many people suggest a neuropsychologist evaluation which is what I need for my son, but I don't know what kind of doctor to go to for this. I looked on my insurances website and the search for neuropsychologist yields no results. Any help you could give would be greatly appreciated.