So she feels that K has a NonVerbal Learning Disorder (NVLD). I have not looked into this much yet. She gave me a book on it which I thought was pretty cool. She is calling a few Occupational Therapist (OT)'s that she wants K to start with this summer in regards to her handwriting and visual and spatial issues. She feels K's ADHD and visual/spatial issues are pretty severe, combined with her anxiety, if not addressed now, will only get worse and cause her to regress further. Her IQ has dropped to 113. Which I don't really mind at this point because we are heading toward getting her help. She administered so many tests I can't keep track! I have a list... Wechsler-IV Woodcock-Johnson-III (which she feels is not always fully accurate) Test of everyday attention for children Beery Development test for visual-motor integration Rey-Osterrreith Complex figure Gardner Letter Reversal Frequency Test Conner's Continuous Performance Test-II Robert's Apperception Test-II House-Tree-Person Behaviour Assessment Scale for Children-2: Self NEPSY-II Test of Problem Solving-3 Benton Right-Left Discrimination Test Benton Tactile Discrimination Test Gray Oral Reading Test-4 Test of Silent Word Reading Fluency Test of Word Reading Efficiency Beery VMI Visual Perception and Motor subtests Self Esteem Index Children's Depression Inventory Multiaxial anxiety Scale for Children She had huge discrepancies in a lot of her tests. Her reading is at a 5th grade level. But some of her focus and ability to track and stay on task were at a Kindergarten level. Her code transmission was in the 2% which is listening to a string of numbers and identifying the number that precedes the repeated group. For example. 267895593- so she would say 9. It is said very slowly and never changes speed. It is very easy, if you can focus and listen! Lots of things like this. Also spacing with writing, misspelling, flipping letters, numbers. Slurring speech, toungue thrust. Inability to copy off of the board. Really identified her fears and weaknesses. Needs to have bigger spaces on her work. Highlight her pluses and minuses things like this. She can not have open ended questions, needs multiple choice. She was at a 16yo level with multiple choice questions. But open ended... she floundered. Also the Neuro-psychiatric just flat out said she is coming to the meeting at the School. She is setting it up!!! it is a lot to take in but I am very happy with the outcome. Now we just have to sit down with the School!!! I will post about our psychiatrist apt later. That was Yesterday. Long week.