ETA: Regarding the other, yes, more serious stuff will require an IEP. I was thinking (maybe hopeful for shimmerstar?) more on the "less serious" end of the spectrum of things that could be going on. We have other avenues in our state that are like a step or two down from an IEP, and IEPs themselves at our school are quite rare even though there are certainly kids with ADHD, sensory issues, and the like. The other documents are more common at our school than IEPs. I may have also been thinking of Asperger's differently than you since there is such a range. And I just wasn't sure from her other thread/posts that the OP's child's issues are such that they will know exactly what he needs until Kinder starts, that's why I said what I did.