On Wednesday, we met with our EI service coordinator, the preschool special education director, and one of the school's speech therapist. The preschool director explained the transition procedure, complete with a nifty flowchart. We then chatted about Isaiah's strengths and weaknesses while the preschool director took notes. They'll make the decision, and we'll meet again the first of May to see if he is eligible. Our speech therapist says he most likely will be, as he's still only talking in one-word sentences and it's still very hard to understand the few words he does use regularly.
And while I did express concern about some of his behavioral issues, it seems the eligibility will only be based on his speech/language delay. She did jotted them down, so at least it's "on record", I think. I explained how rigid he is in his routine, how things have to be in a certain order, as well as the frequent complete emotional meltdowns when things don't go as planned, which happens countless times a day. I also mentioned his constantly putting things into his mouth, licking, chewing on, and eating everything, plus his newest thing of sniffing everything.
I guess we'll just wait and see what happens.