I don't know how everything is going to fit together, but we'll be ready with that disappearing ink. Anyway, I've been told that if any new information or tests results show increased needs that we can call a staff meeting at any time. Already they're refusing to do a central auditory processing test, saying that it's medical and they don't test for that. But a co-worker of mine shared that her son has a capd, the school tested for it without her even having to ask. The insurance company won't cover the test saying that it's 'developmental'. The audiologist wants $600 up front before he will do the test. The psychologist and speech therapist we consulted with privately, both strongly recommended he have the capd testing. They feel that it's the central issue. But the psychologist said having the test done wouldn't change his recommendations much, but would allow the speech therapist to fine tune her strategies. We are now looking for an advocate to come with us on Tuesday.