We brought Melina in to get educational testing done in April. Her teacher was concerned about her writing delays and that she was regressing a little bit in school. I still think it's due to her selective mutism and anxiety, but there was talk about her being held back without a diagnosis, so I called a place and asked for it to be done. Somehow though, the educational testing was never done and it had turned into a psych eval instead. They called us in for the results and they confirmed the selective mutism and expressive writing delay as well as the sensory integration disorder, but they wanted another set of eyes to see her in play therapy to rule out Autism. I got really upset over that one as I just didn't see her having autism.
I took her to her play therapy session and the lady worked with her and said that she thought she got enough and that she didn't need to come back for anymore. They ruled out autism. I was so glad! Reading The Highly Sensitive Child to try to help her more. Can see parts of myself in that book...even some of Deidra too. However, Melina is by far the most sensitive of all of us.