Hi everyone, I am new to this board and I am hoping that you can help me out. My son, Connor, will be turning 3 soon. (I posted a long introduction in the Primary group if you want to read that.) Anyway, he has been evaluated twice but wasn't diagnosed with anything specific except a rule out of 3 conditions: Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)-not otherwise specified, ADHD, and ODD. He has been getting ST for the past year and Occupational Therapist (OT) for the past 6 months from the country Early Start program, and now it is time to transition him to the school district's Early Intervention program and do an IEP. I have been reading up on this board about IEPs but most of the information I have read seems relevant to school-age children. Can any of you give me any advice or information on link relevant to an IEP for a pre-schooler? Our situation is made more complicated by the fact that he wasn't actually diagnosed with anything; he didn't meet the diagnostic criteria for Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), but he clearly has something going on. The Doctor (paid for privately) did recommend ongoing ST and Occupational Therapist (OT) as well as a social skills class. I am trying to figure out what should I expect and what should I ask for as we go into this IEP? The school district is going to do their own evaluation also. I am told that ours is a good school district and they have a set of good programs for children with disabilities, but I don't even know if Connor technically qualifies. Also, if he is just below the diagnostic criteria for Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) but that is WITH interention for the past year, wouldn't it stand to reason that if he didn't have intervention he would be worse? It's not that I want Connor to be labeled, I just want to get the best possible services for him. Any advice would be most appreciated.