We don't know much about the evaluation because Patrick and I were in a room with the school psychologist to answer questions while he got evaluated. Everyone mentioned how much of a ham he is and how well he looks and did.
When we got home the school called and she said that they didn't see anything that Patrick and I mentioned during the evaluation he was very cooperative. We mentioned that he is different with adults (which only adults were there to evaluate and all of them wanted his attention compared to a group of kids where he needs to fight for attention. The school is going to call the DT therapist and talk to her about everything and we go back next Wednesday to go over the results.
So we will see what they have to say, but I am even more concerned now he may not qualify based on what they saw for the hour they were with him.
He doesn't know how to play well with kids, he pushes, cries a lot. He loves to play with adults because adults put him more at ease he knows what to expect.
He has space issues having kids in his space, and not knowing space boundaries of others when he plays.
He has sensory meltdowns, and has really come along way with all of his therapies the 5 we go to a week...... how could we go down to none?????