Met with BT today. She was hopeful that something good would come from the (waste of my time) neuropsyche evaluation. In a nutshell, every form of additional therapy they recommended either doesn't exist (like s school run social skills group) or is identical to services he's already getting (like in-home behavior therapy). BT, still, does not feel the ADHD diagnosis is correct, but said today, "IF it is just ADHD, maybe he'll grow out of it." I wanted to cry. That's what was said about difficult child 1, and that's what was said about their bio-dad (who is 40 and lives in his mom and dad's BARN - by the way - still waiting for him to grow out of it.) I feel pretty much cornered. The Mental Health people want him in social skills groups and additional behavior therapy, but since its offered at the autism clinic, where the DevPed team is, they can't do much to get him into it, since DevPed says the groups aren't "suited" to difficult child. I just do not understand why its ok for my child to be a pharmaceutical guinea pig, yet its not ok to even try additional behavior therapies... But I guess until I get a second opinion thru the immunologist we saw, I'm down to asking for medications. And I am really, REALLY bummed about it. Just needed to share. Thanks for listening.