BUT, I shouldn't have been worried. He is still behind his peers, but they didn't even test him this time. It was just a "let's see if what we are doing is still ok" session. The biggest victory was getting the addition of occupational therapy to the mix. I am thrilled about this. The OT has observed him twice and offered up advice and exercises, but now it will occur officially.
Another excellent event is that the therapists are seeking an in-service in PROMPT therapy which is directly related to Apraxia!! Jack's therapist even included a quote from the inventor as part of Jack's IFSP.
Today was a good day.