The psychologist that he started to see for his anxiety confirmed-- no Aspergers.
Now ds is 16. He is at a new school, which called us for an IEP meeting (because his grades are all over the place). After talking to him (fairly briefly) and reading his school records and prior evaluation, the school psychologist is-- you guessed it-- convinced he has Asperger's.
For what it's worth, this psychologist is likely much more experienced in identifying teens on the Autism Spectrum.
Now I'm torn between worrying that we've been ignoring his "real" needs for at least the past 4 years, and worrying that he's going to get a new, inaccurate label put on him! Has anyone been through something similar, who can give me some advice?