Not really surprised but I am glad to finally have an explanation and hopefully a diagnosis that will help us get the services/supports Joshua needs (he is 3y7m). They did the ADOS2 and one other assessment.
The Developmental Ped. is also recommending genetic testing due to my 3.5 month old's diagnosis (48 XXXY Syndrome) but we already have an appointment (in September!).
She said if Asperger's were still a diagnosis that that would be his diagnosis but because it is not it is Autism Spectrum Disorder. She said that while testing shows him to be cognitively delayed she does not believe he is and that he is in fact likely very bright. It helped hearing that. Communication and social skills are the two most impacted areas.