Kelly: My son is 10 and has DS/Autism. He has sensory issues and ALWAYS wiggles his arms out of a 5 point harness, so he has been buckled in a booster seat and puts the shoulder belt behind him, so all he has is a lap belt. He has absolutely no desire to escape or get up from his seat, just refuses anything on his shoulders. We have become concerned and bought an EZ On harness for our own use and requested the school use one too. They said it has to be in the IEP so we wrote a formal letter. Now they say an OT has to assess him for safety and then decide how to address the transportation issue, and I have to sign and return their form to allow the assessment. Is it really this complicated???