My difficult child is fine, this question is regarding the difficult child that I am the GAL for. HIs most recent full psychiatric evaluation(which included educational reccomendations) diagnosed him with ADHD, PTSD, Anxiety, Mood Disorder not otherwise specified, rule out BiPolar Disorder, and Nonverbal Learning Disability. THe Neuropsychologist made reccomendations for daily living but also, specifically, for his learning style and academic performance realted to his learning disability and his emotional disabilities. The sending school and receiving school held his 3 yr IEP meeting and did not inform some people, myself included, of the meeting. I was not informed that this meeting had happened until a month later during a visit with-the foster parent. By that time the educational surrogate had already signed the IEP. I called the sending school, they apologized, and they sent me a copy of the signed IEP. I asked if they incorporated his recent evaluation, specifically the new diagnosis of Learning DIsability. THey said that they used "some" of the new evaluation, but kept his disabilty as a Emotional Disturbance. On review of the new IEP, they did not seem to incorporate ANY of the evaluation findings except to mention that it was conducted and was used as additional information to be considered. In fact, when they list his functional needs, they list his diagnosis but they are outdated and pretty different from his most recent diagnosis. Are they allowed to just ignore this most recent evaluation? It doesn't make since that people can just pick and choose which (from previous years) evaluations they use information and diagnosis from. ALso, can't and aren't they supposed to include his learning disability into the IEP while still keeping the Emotional Disturbance? THanks for any info/help!