DS had an evaluation with our county's Child Find program (through the school district) today and they just did a general developmental milestones evaluation that didn't address any of our concerns. When we're concerned about sensory sensitivities, social problems with other kids, and repetitive unwavering play, how is sitting down with an adult and identifying pictures going to do, well, anything at all?
DS had a great time answering questions incorrectly b/c he thought it was funny too. The evaluator caught a few of them, but not all of them, so I think he might end up scoring rather poorly on those general knowledge questions.
The evaluator said that she was going to recommend a school observation to the committee, but that right now he seems like a normal 3 year old boy. I kind of wish we had started with the school observation, since it sounds like we might not even get one. Is there anything I can do to MAKE it happen?
I guess I need to go get on that waiting list with the developmental pedi.