Ok so here is the deal. I am a military spouse. We are due to move this summer. Prior to a move the Dr does a physical and reviews your records. If you have anything from High Blood Pressure to an incurable form of cancer you get enrolled in a program called the Exceptional Family Member Program or EFMP. EFMP is used to ensure that a dependent is not sent to a military base that does not offer appropriate levels of care. Last time we did an EFMP update they screwed it up so badly we got our new assignment canceled. We had it fixed but they wouldnt re-look the assignment for another 6 months and we didn't have the time. So instead of being in Europe right now I am in a podunk town in KY. Anyway......I am terrified to ask easy child's Dr to refer her for a neuropsychologist evaluation. If he updates her records to say that she needs some type of neuropsychologist care on a perpetual basis we will be screwed. (this happened last time so it can happen trust me) Our options would probably be to go to Walter Reed. Now dont get me wrong I want easy child to have the evaluation and know how to help her better. But!! She has some very minor issues that I just feel need to be fleshed out so that we can know how to help her. I sure as heck don't need her labeled as needing major mental health care!! Lord she would be classified almost like a Warrior Transition Unit with Soldiers who have been to war and lost limbs. We looked into paying cash but the cheapest we found is 1320$ and we just do not have the money. Is that a normal price? Should I wait until after we move? Should I go ahead and do it? I don't want her to continue to suffer just because the Dr's mess up the paperwork so often!