Beng: My daughter does not talk in school (since preschool). My daughter exited her IEP (Developmental Delay) as soon as she entered kindergarten. According to the team, she’s performing on grade level although she’s not talking or just whispers. Few months in kindergarten, I was referred by the guidance counselor to contact UNLV school re: selective mutism. To make the story short, she’s diagnosed with selective mutism and social phobia. She has presently has 504 plans with a “”FEW”” accommodations only and I am not sure if accommodations are being done as I am not in school all day (no way for me to know). I read a lot about IEP for children with selective mutism. I wonder if it’s a good idea to contact the school psychologist, speech pathologist again to re-evaluate her and give her IEP. The reason she EXITED according to them is she is perfoming on grade level but basically my daughter’s teacher cannot assess her (all her skills are DOES NOT MEET.). Question is, can they give my child IEP again? I am worried that they will retain my child since they cannot assess her.