I can only begin to imagine the frustration you are experiencing. I would typically recommend a second opinion, however, having been to 5 different specialists already my concern is for your son's self esteem. Although getting to the bottom of the matter is imperative, he should;t suffer in the process. Being his mother, this call is best made by you.
I know all specialists insist on doing their own assessments, the reason for this is to observe the child's reactions and methodology when tackling a task. I also understand your frustration in having the same assessments done again. Having said that, doing the same assessments within a close space of time may yield inaccurate results due to what is called carry over: learning from the first situation and therefore providing a different answer in the second instance.
I would suggest one of two things: either email all the reports to another specialist and ask his/her opinion based on them, or make an appointment with another specialist making no mention of what any of the others have said to eliminate an chance of 'tunnel vision'.
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