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    My son has a diagnosis of PDD NOS and is high functioning and in high school. Lately he has been having emotional difficulties for which he has been getting medical help with. The school system as part of their evaluation wants to perform emotional disability testing, for which he is not currently getting services for through them and I am concerned that that will be the focus of the IEP, and not the autism diagnosis. Can I refuse to let them test in that area after I have given them permission to perform testing for the autism? I have already had a external evaluation performed to verify that he still qualifies with the autism diagnosis.

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    Nov 2006


    Hi, there. Is your son homeschooled? I was trying to search for information for you, but you didn't mention if he was homeschooled or not.

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    The short answer is yes. You can withdraw consent to any part of the evaluation even after it has been given.

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