I am looking at a new daycare situation for my son. He has started kindergarten this year and things are going well. We have an IEP in place and he has a para and the interventions the school is offering are working great. He has been in daycare since he was 4 months old and we have been through 4 of them. The last one did not kick him out and they stuck through a lot with-us, but at the beginning of the year he was exploding on them as soon as he got there and he bacame a liability so we "took a break". My husband and I have been switching days coming home to meet the bus for the past month and a half. I am using FMLA time, but we both loose pay. The time has come to place him again and I want to start him off fresh in a daycare that also has many of the kids he goes to kindergarten with. Sorry so long, but the question is how much do you tell them? We have gone years (not knowing what was going on with him)and not giving the full picture thinking "this time may be better". We were so open with the school for the specific fact that we knew he would need assistance. In the beginning of our process (which was a full year before he started school) they did not believe he needed it. I told them you will meet my son and we will be here writing an IEP. We were...3 weeks into school and so far it's paying off. I just don't want to scare off the new daycare, but I need to let them be prepared. What to do?