To borrow a line from A.: In a move that surprised no one, he has been diagnosed with Asperger's.
But it's official now. Full report to follow, etc, etc.
Nonetheless, they sent us away with a short letter making it official. And a good number of suggestions.
The hardest part will be figuring out if we can get any services close to home or if we'll be traveling to Big City on a more regular basis. That will be the case for certain things, like the nutritional counseling we can get through their clinic, but we're hoping to find a good, local match for some cognitive behavior therapy once we get onto our new health insurance.
I also came away with a few suggestions for people to call for myself. (And not even a batted eye when I asked.)
This is not a panacea, but at least we feel like we've been on the right track and have opened up a few more avenues for help.