What do you think? Are kids too readily diagnosed with this or that these days? Full disclosure that one of my kids was diagnosed with a developmental delay as a toddler called sensory integration disorder. He did occupational therapy for years and is now a teenager. He works on the sensory stuff and we've learned a lot over the years. But so many kids seem to be diagnosed for different things so routinely these days. My other son is not a kid who loves reading. He's now a young teenager and he has to read a good deal for his curriculum in school. He says he gets bored when he is reading sometimes and drifts off. I was talking to his teacher and she said I needed to get him tested for ADHD. Now, he has no other symptoms. And frankly, I can get distracted when reading and my mind wonders if I'm not enthralled with the material myself! I just was really put off by this and wondered if others felt too many kids are tested for what is a bit subjective of disorders and diagnosed and possibly even medicated than there should be.