You ever have that feeling like you have no idea how a meeting went??? We went with our Advocate who is our therapist. The new Principal, Teacher, School Psychologist and K's Spec.Ed Director were there. Like always they look at us and wait for us to run the show. therapist says she has added High-Functioning Autism (HFA) to K's diagnosis, those are who diagnosis in AZ. Then we went through our list of accommodations we want to add to K's IEP. I had it typed out and gave one to everyone as well as the new 5x8 card with K's picture and diagnosis's info with the important accommodations as well as her positives. Basically they balked at some stuff like help with organizing her backpack at the end of school, comment like, "I have 9th graders who can't do this." I said, "I don't care what NT students can and can't do, this is a progressive issue in children with her diagnosis's and will overlap into other areas of her life". So they didn't say they wouldn't do it, just acted annoyed. They basically didn't say no to anything. But acted kind of "whatever" about the whole thing. I just can't get a read on her teacher. She claims she will do these things. Every one says she is great and she has a SpeEd background... But there have already been a few misunderstandings that give both husband and me pause. One other parent with an Autistic daughter feels a bit the same way. We didn't ask for much to be added- AlphaSmart to be implemented full time. Daily Home note New diagnosis to be added No Lunch Recess Clear directions as far as homework. To us and K Reminders to her as to where and when she is to be places Help with organization, desk and backpack There was more wording on each of these but this was the jist. I really like the new Principal, find out her Aunt has BiPolar (BP). I just don't know- I felt kind of empty after the meeting. Our therapist said well at least they didn't deny. I guess.