As I posed before, difficult child's test results have come back, and today I was looking more closely at the recommended therapy for him. Problem is, both myself and my husband work full time. My mom is able to help a little, but she is getting older (and recovering from a broken back), so I'm not sure we can really do ALL the recommended therapy. Not to mention the cost of it :-(. From what I've read there were four recommended things: 1) Occupational therapy - to improve his sensory sensitivity and improve his school behavior 2) Speech therapy - to fill in gaps that the speech therapy through school is not covering (which he goes to weekly) 3) Individual/play therapy - improve his coping skills and increase his ability to tolerate anxiety 4) Social skils development - the recommend an "art therapy group" which teaches him how to deal with his emotions through art Personally, I think #4 sounds the coolest . I would love for him to that that outlet, but obviously, I want to do what is MOST beneficial to him. I think most of these are weekly things, if not all of them, and like I said, we don't have the money or the time to do all of these at once. My gut feeling is that the Occupational Therapist (OT) and the social skills development might be the first two we try. The Occupational Therapist (OT) because it has been heavily recommended here (thanks guys!), and the art therapy just cause I like the idea of it. Speech he is already receiving SOME through school, so it isn't at the top of the list, and then the individual/play therapy falls to the bottom because I think the combination of Occupational Therapist (OT) and the social skills therapy would probably cover most of his problems that would be addressed in idividual/play therapy. But I would love some feedback as to what anyone's experience has been on any of these.