After changing to home based Occupational Therapist (OT) 2 months ago, I actually see some positive effects. V is calmer, not as intense. He still gets stuck on things, but it is easier to get him out of it. The Occupational Therapist (OT) has been working a lot on V becoming aware of music, rythm, songs, etc... He had never clap to music or tried to sing a song. She gave us some therapeutic music to listen to everyday and we basically really did our homework between Occupational Therapist (OT) sessions. Now V has a new problem (or at least one that I had not seen since he was a toddler): he is oversensitive to sounds! He covers his ears when there are loud noises, screamed when I vacuum, begged for the supermarket's announcements to stop, etc... It is crazy! Occupational Therapist (OT) is working, but did we fix one thing to create another problem?? I never thought some like that could happen. Any similar experience? Needless to say we are going to take it easy with the music!