I am po'ed. I just received the health form from the doctor's office, a summer fill-in not his regular Pedi. Our regular was not available, over booked and going to D camp himself, so we went with the fill-in. I really liked her during the visit, she asked lots of questions and was very interested in D. She noticed his record indicated that last fall, just after D dx, when we were working on his I.E.P eval. I inquired about ADD. This was to cross all our "T's" and dot all the "I's" with the eval. After much consideration , myself and the school decided to write in his I.E.P something along the lines of "inattentive at times" and leave it at that. I am not looking for another dx. I feel we will explore this avenue when we, his family, daily caregivers and educators deem necessary. His teacher said that by the end of the school year with his BS in check and maturity he is not, in her opinion, inattentive. So here is why I am po'ed...the fill-in wrote on his form, "possible ADHD, will workup in the fall, very active kid." This her opinion after a 20 minute visit. When it asked, what other treatment or conditions (other than DIABETES) to be continued at camp, she wrote "INSULIN". Well considering he needs insulin for diabetes, duh! She also wrote all his ratio, she only new them because I told her, not like she issued them. Am I over reacting, probably but the "very active kid" statement bothered me the most. He was extremely nervous, thought he had to get a shot (I know, the D kids nervous about a shot), he gets very silly and chatty when nervous. Maybe I am in denial but I am not ready to put another label on my child without a proper medical/education evaluation, not just a 20 minute wellness visit from someone who has never been with my child before.