So...my 3 yr old. Sweet kid...big heart...can turn on a dime and misbehave with a big grin on his face. Mischievous little devil he is. Angel at school however. He's getting speech and Occupational Therapist (OT) at his integrated preschool and they've called me to add in their 4 week Summer Program to his IEP, 2 days a week (they didn't think he'd really need 4 days a week). So...he's getting interventions at school, he's well behaved there, it's really at home where his behavior is difficult. According to the assessment, depending on how I grade it, he can score on the "suggests mild Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)" range. It's interesting how he still seems to think he can just grab things out of pictures and have them or change them. Anyway...I was just wondering if you thought *at this point* if it would be worthwhile for our time and money to seek an evaluation for him. I mean, he doesn't need medication and so far the school system is being great providing him with interventions, so I'm not really sure what having a diagnosis would do for us *at this point*. I know with M it was helpful because his behaviors were severely interfering with his life across the board, but C is different and C is already in the school system getting help, whereas M was not. Opinions?