OP here again with another update. I got a 19 page "Full and Individual Evaluation" (FIE) and after filtering through the pages of psychobable and charts (I have 2 master degrees and it was hard reading, lol) the bottom line shows that he has two diagnosis: Speech Impairment Specific Learning Disabilities. OT, while not specifically saying he has SPD (which the report all points to) says his "sensory issues" would benefit through additional OT therapy and that his "extraneous movements" are coping mechanisms and should be tolerated. Whatever that means, lol. It appears that he has short term memory and language delays which the evaluators believe may compromise his reading, writing and math skills and request an IEP for these subject areas. I guess I'll learn more specifics about that at the ARD. So much information riddled in jargon when I just want concrete specifics - what are you going to do to help my child! I am guessing this is all good news? That they will address his "issues"? Thanks again for listening and I'll write more on Thursday.