He also checked Isaiah's heart murmur and said he was pretty sure it was an innocent one. He said it was up to us if we wanted to get an ECG done, but felt confident that he's fine. Definitely a relief there.
I brought up Isaiah's other issues and gave him examples of his behavior, and some of the patterns I've noticed. We went over his developmental progress, what he's doing, what he's not doing. He said that it does sound like he could very well be on the spectrum, possibly PPDNOS.
He very strongly recommended that we see someone at UVA, but I declined for the time being, only because I want to talk to our service coordinator through EI (Early Intervention) and get her opinion on what would we should do.
I'm going to call her this afternoon, so I'll update later on that.