It is understandable that you are wary of putting your daughter through another assessment; it is also understandable that your daughter's teacher bring her concerns to your attention. Have you provided the teacher with the reports of the OT and the Psychologist? From your post I do not know how long you have been trying EyeQ, it can take up to 3 months for the effects to become visible so it may be advisable to wait for that period to lapse before having the assessment. A diagnosis of ADD requires that her symptoms be present in two or more situations; you can begin monitoring her at home, on play dates, in a restaurant etc. Whatever your decision, keep the teacher updated on your intended plans to assure her you are aware of her concerns and are tackling them.
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