I'm new to this. I have a 24 year old son (difficult child). He: a) can't hold down a job & is currently unemployed. b) has a couple of misdemeanors with jail time that keeps him from getting a job. c) Is married, but the marriage is on the rocks. His wife also has "issues". d) is hinting that maybe he could come back home to live & go to college e) his sister (not at home, but a frequent visitor) can't tolerate him & I'm guessing she will severely curtail her visits home if he returns (she is a straight A student, working on her masters degree, holding down a waitress job (never been fired, etc.) - i.e., all around great daughter. f) In his senior year in high school, he was diagnosed with a mild form of ADD. Too little, too late. g) his last 1 1/2 years at home (before we kicked him out) was the absolute worst in our lives. OK, now that I got that off my chest, I noticed many of you have had your difficult child diagnosed. I'm guessing there may be more resources available to us if we had our son diagnosed as well. Any suggestions on how to get an adult son diagnosed (assuming we can get him to cooperate)?