My difficult child was diagnosed at 3 yrs old with ADHD. They put him on Adderall since he was very small for his age and that was the only thing that came in a small enough dose. It was VERY scary watching my 3 yr old "tripping". He acted like he was on a drug high! At 5 yrs old, he was finally big enough to try other things and Strattera has been a Godsend. I don't question the ADHD diagnosis at all. I really am beginning to question the ODD. I'll give you some of his history. At 3 1/2 yrs old, I discovered that both my boys were being sexually abused by my babysitter. difficult child had classic symptoms of PTSD: night terrors, incontinence, didn't allow touch from anyone except me, anger outbursts, anxiety, etc. With some therapy, that eventually got better. He also developed other sensory issues and received Occupational Therapist (OT) for a while. That also helped for the most part. He has had 3 Big Brothers in the past 5 years who have all moved out of state literally without a word after 2-6 months. difficult child loves doing male things with other males. He has also had his favorite aunt, who lived 3 blocks away from us, walk out on her husband and kids as well as our entire family 2 years ago. Also, his cousin whom he adores has "outgrown" difficult child and doesn't do anything with him anymore. Talk about sever abandonment issues! School has been tough all along because of his trust and boundary issues. His reaction to everything was anger with physical acting out so people would get away from him. He has many friends but all of them are 1-3 years younger than he is. Most of his peers don't want to be friends because of the way he behaves in school. This year, things have gotten so much worse at school. He "hates" all his teachers. He refuses to write but will use a voice activated program for dictating or have someone scribe for him. In class, he plays with anything he can find; eraser pieces, rubber bands, paper, string, etc. He is allowed to chew gum in school but he is supposed to be discreet. That isn't happening because he is chewing it so hard. He talks back and yells at teachers, throws things, tips chairs, walks away. When the SpEd teacher, who he likes and looks up to, tries to talk to him, he walks away. I think he is on sensory overload. My suspicions at this point are a return of the PTSD? Asperger's? Sensory Integration Disorder (SID)? Auditory Processing Disorders (APD)? Abandonment issues? I really don't think ODD is the correct diagnosis. I don't know what to do anymore? We had a neuropsychologist done 5 years ago which was a waste of time. I can't even find a different one now. He has his IEP on the 1st and want to make sure everything meets his needs appropriately. Everything has been to meet the ADHD and ODD but they don't seem to be working anymore. Any advice or suggestions or just thoughts? I really need some help here. I really feel for the little guy.