Hi, someone on another forum was kind enough to tell me about his forum. I am having problems with my 3 year old. We adopted him when he was 2 months old. Both of his bio parents are MR/learning delayed. His older brother was learning delayed but thanks to early intervention he is doing GREAT. They are testing my 3 year old for autism. They said something about autism spectrum. They have also brough up ODD and anxiety. We started him on respiderol (which we hated too) and really the only thing we have seen change is he eating like a pig!! He has only been on it for two weeks. After reading through some post on here I didn't realize that alot of feelings I feel other parents feel. I was starting to feel like I was a bad parent and that a lot of his problems were because of me. We are having problems with him always responding NO to everything. He tells us to shut up right now. He wont listen to you until you get up to get him and then he will do what you want. He is peeing and pooping on the floor. He knows how to use the toilet just wont. He keeps sneaking into our bed in the middle of the night . He is always yelling at other kids and doesn't really play with them. He gets real angry and hits his head on the door, floor, cement, anything. He is quit the handful. It is like he retains all information but just doesn't know how to respond back. He doesn't engage in conversations just says what he wants or what he has heard. Some of his good qualities are that he is only 3 and can master the computer and plays his brothers kindergarten games. He knows his ABC and all the sounds. He can count to 20 forward and from 10 backwards and he is already reading sight words. He can type his name, his brothers name and mom and dad on the computer. He is very smart. He is loving and tries to be a comedian. We currently have him enrolled in a preschool for children with disabilites and he is seeing a neuologist. The neurologist is the one who put him on the respirdol. His doctore couldn't believe that the dosage he was on didn't make him real tired but it hasn't at all. I am just wondering if anyone can think of something else we could be doing or should be checking for. Thanks for any input.