hi everyone, new here.I have a 3y4m old I am becoming increasingly concerned. He had early intervention at 18 months for slow to walk/toe walking. He was evaluated and recived in home help for speech PT and Occupational Therapist (OT). He has delayed gross fine and sppech.and also toe walked. He has NO eye contact issues. He doesnt havbe sensory issues with food, or clothing or light or sound. He seems to be a sensory seeker in terms of texture,he likes to touch screens or velcro. he doesnt seek it out, but if he touches it he does tend to make a "growling noise". But it is a short time. His play habits are slowly progressing. He really doesnt seek out toys to "play". He loves to climb at the park and has always loved to swing, alot. He does tend to focus on his dad's recreational vehicles when outside, his dad "fixes" these as a side business. He was then evaluated with the early childhood for 3 yr old when he was 2.5 and he was hard to test completely due to inattention. which of course they arent sure if it is just his AGE. But he got in the early childhood program this fall and has a class of 6 little ones. At parent teacher conference they said he is doing well. They do have issues with attention span,and staying focused. and just recently he has began hitting when he is reprimanded.last 2 weeks. He has done this at home, too,and as much as I hate to say< I hope it is just because I have been really stressed at home with- his behavior and have been inconsistent,(my husband travels for work) we normally time out, 1,2,3 first) and he does sit for the time outs. they use this at school also. I am worried it is ODD. He has recently not listened to his great aunt, as well, who is his ,occasional babysitter.I have since really focused my frustration so that I keep it in check. My first thoughts were Sensory Integration, but as school progressed, I'm thinking ADHD. WHICH his Occupational Therapist (OT) "thinks" he may have a little of both. I have often been concerned with his overstimulation when visitors like gparents come to visit. He has also had a drooling issue,and occasionally bites, it is so NOT trying to hurt someone, it is like he NEEDS to bite down on something. So we always have teethers nearby.He has not bitten at school. His speech is finally in sentences and is understood 90% of the time which is super! They have told me at school typically kids arent tested this young for ADHD. I HAVENT EXPRESSED MY FEARS ABOUT odd YET. My suspicion is he has all these things based on his "head circumference" is smaller than average. We had his head MRI early on and everything looked normal. NO ONe ever told us what "could become an issue" for him as far as Learning delays or etc. I have just researched ALL this myself. My husbands head is smaller than avg,too. He has avg to above avg intelleigence. Of course we only know his head size because we measured it! I am just looking for support. His not listening is the most frustrating.I find that I have to be very careful how I ask for things to happen,which I guess is transitions,as well as self help-- such as get your coat,and put it on. seems he will run around and do everything but what I ask. He just seems to not be paying attention. I try to look him in the face so he isn't yelled at from across the room.My husband seems to think he is being stubborn. I know his speech teacher said he is often very distracted in her room. It is a small space very very cluttered. He has trouble looking at her to imitate because he is fidgeting or trying to go get "something". Thanks for listening. We are in WI. Any information you have would be appreciated. I just want my child helped before his in first grade and learning is harderb/c so much is expected of them by them,and making friends is hard-when you are the one always in "trouble".