Group, I am so upset right now, I could just scream. We went for Bubby's IEP meeting in December, and I posted here recently that we never received a copy of the IEP afterward. We requested that Bubby receive a keyboard/portable word processor accommodation for the second time. Bubby has Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)-not otherwise specified and we endure significant homework battles over written work. It is hard for Bubby to write well, and he is easily overwhelmed by sentence writing. Everyone seemed agreeable to it at the time of our meeting, including Bubby's classroom teacher and the Special Education teacher. The autism specialist did not come to the meeting. The occupational therapist did not come to the meeting. This is the e-mail we received today from the Special Education teacher (names changed to protect identities): Our Special Education secretary usually sends out the IEPs once they are completed. I am sending home a copy of Bubby's IEP with Bubby today. With regards to the word processing device, the occupational therapist felt that Bubby has the ability to perform writing/spelling assignments but needs to take his time. She also indicated that the Alpha Smarts are used when students are more proficient at keyboarding skills. In my classroom, Bubby has used the Smart Board for some spelling activities. Bubby has been doing well with regards to his spelling class. The classroom teacher also indicated that Bubby does complete any longer writing assignments for her without any needed accommodations. The Autism Specialist was contacted by the classroom teacher and it was decided that since Bubby has been doing so well this year that any other modifications were not needed at this time. I hope this has answered your questions. I am livid that during the meeting none of these points were mentioned by the school personnel in attendance. Nobody stated that Bubby is doing fine without assistance. We left thinking they agreed with us, and then they fail to send us a copy of the IEP and decide amongst themselves (including the Occupational Therapist (OT) and Autism Specialist who couldn't be bothered to attend the IEP) that they will not make the accommodations. Please advise . . . ugghhh!