I'm starting to get nervous, tomorrow is James' Kindergarten Transition meeting. I was originally surprised when they called to schedule a transition meeting for him. The transition meeting is supposed to be for 3-5 year olds who have IEP's and will be transitioning to the school age program. When we moved states James was discharged from his IEP by the Intermediate Unit (3-5 year old service providers). This was appealed and we ended up mediating an agreement. I didn't approve of the whole thing but after months of back and forth I realized he wasn't going to be getting any services that would be helpful regardless, they didn't understand trauma, attachment, or behavioral/emotional issues in general and certainly not to the extent of James' complex issues. So when I got the call I was more than happy to schedule a meeting with the school district that he would be going to for Kindergarten. The meeting was scheduled by the Intermediate Unit. Imagine my surprise when a week later they called to try and cancel it since they realized he doesn't even have an IEP. No way, I was not letting them cancel. Clearly they have no idea what they are doing, I am more than happy to meet with the school district now rather than having to go through the whole dog and pony show come fall. James' BHRS is coming to the meeting and I had the mobile therapist and his preschool teacher write letters outlining his problems, current goals and progress. Hopefully we can reevaluate him and get him an appropriate IEP before Kindergarten so he doesn't fall even farther behind.