At the request of the first advocate, I took Wee to the state school for the deaf and had him evaluated for central auditory processing disorder. The evaluation took place days after the dyslexia evaluation in OK. The evaluator knew all of his diagnosis'es and the ones we suspected and were waiting on. The only one she put in the report was ADHD. She mistakenly thought the others were still being evaluated (some were, some weren't). However, the school argued that the lack of his other diagnosis'es being in the report invalidates it for their use, as his other diagnosis'es can mimic Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD). I just got off the phone with the evaluator at the school for the deaf. She says she was aware, and it doesn't change her report (tho she is verifying that). So...do we have to have that evaluation done again? Or can I ask her to amend the report? Or is it just water under the bridge and forget about it?