I pretty much agree with the others. I'm a kindergarten teacher. From my perspective, (at least in my area) I find it EXTREMELY hard to get services for kids who come to school without prior testing. It goes SO SLOW - months to years sometimes to get any help. Then, it often isn't nearly as much as needed. It seems that kids who get Early Intervention get a lot more help and it transfers pretty easily into the elementary grades. This, of course, is only relevant if you are planning to send her to public school. Also, if she does need intervention, it seems the younger they are, the more effective it is.