I just wanted to let you all know that my daughter was found eligible for services, qualifying as ED. The eligibility meeting on Monday and everyone involved seemed to be in complete agreement. The only exception was the speech therapist who tried to say that she couldn't see how difficult child's cluttering would cause an educational impact. Everyone - the assistant prinicpal, reg ed teacher, intervention specialist, guidance counselor and school psychologist - jumped on that one explaining how difficult child doesn't participate in class because of her speech, etc. So that's covered, too. The Occupational Therapist (OT) at the school only works with motor skills but is directing me to people outside of the school for the sensory issues and also for an auditory processing evaluation (her son had auditory processing issues - nice to have someone "in the know" involved). The intervention specialist is going to draft an IEP and fax to me for my review before the next meeting. The only concern I have is that they seem to have their heads in the sand regarding difficult child's executive function issues, sensory issues - even though they've been observed by the assistant principal - and her definicies in the non-verbal areas. However, I will be sure to get those things addressed. I will be forwarding the draft to the therapist and neuropsychologist for their input as well. Thanks for all your help! I couldn't have done this so fast and so well without it! If you have any further advice on how the process has played so far, please feel free to share. I'll keep you posted.