The follow up meeting was with the Paediatrician, Clinical Psychologist, Speech and Language Therapist. It was an easier meeting and seemed somewhat a formality; were all in agreement of the original diagnosis. We were asked lots of questions whilst Joseph played and they once again observed his behaviours. It was remarked that Joseph was a happy, affectionate and engaging boy whilst playing to the crowd in no uncertain terms and showed them his best singing and guitar moves. The Paediatrician told us about the spectrum and the umbrella of conditions. She did not feel he had Aspergers, neither did he have classic autism as he wasn’t non-verbal, so would class him as having Autistic Spectrum Disorder. I know for a great deal of time after, if forced to label Joseph I always said he had Autistic Spectrum Disorder, not autism as it seemed the lesser of the two evils.