Just a quick update, we don't have a lot of results yet, but the testing went well. They did 6+ hours of testing on Friday. Wee difficult child managed fairly well, tho the poor lady who did the testing thought we were off rockers to put him in a car and drive home. We're used to him! lol She's obviously not. She was a bit disheveled at the end of the day. But...there is no doubt he has various forms of dyslexia and other processing problems. We'll get the full report in a couple of weeks. She had a few suggestions for the interim, but hopefully will have more in the report. I'll keep you posted. Thanks for the good thoughts. On a very good note, I had to have the teachers fill our some forms (the ever loving forms...millions of them...) and I read some of the comments on them before I turned them in to the doctor. I copied some below. This makes me feel better about the people working with him at school this year. "difficult child is a very lively and happy young man. He genuinely cares about others and wants to do a good job. He has some significant deficites in reading that cause him a good deal of problems." "He has significant delay between the time he is asked to do something and he responds. I think this causes him trouble sometimes because he is a slow processor, people think he is ignoring them, but he's not." "difficult child is an awesome kid who is very interested in animals and the outdoors. He can hold very good conversation with others. He stays on topic. He can be extremely polite, using please and thank you consistently. He is very bright and has a wonderful imagination." Its nice to hear something positive about him for once.