Michelle: Last year my son was assessed at school for an IEP and basically said that there was nothing wrong when clearly he pretty much failed a lot of the testing that was done. I paid for a second opinion with the neuropsychologist to come to neurologist and had him evaluate with an audiologist for auditory processing disorder. So he was diagnosed with mild intellectual disability and auditory processing disorder. The specific one is called prosodic deficit. neurologist also confirmed that he has brain damage due to seizures that he suffered as a infant. So now I have to present all this information at the second IEP meeting that I have requested. where do I begin and how do I proceed with this?