I would assume they might not put the ABA in the IEP until they find the provider so they can stay in compliance. JUST in case they can't find one in the timeline allowed, they'd be out of compliance. That said... you need to make sure they DO get someone and put it in the IEP if that is what they said to you. I'd get it in writing. Technically the request for ABA should be put in writing from you and then usually they then have a time line from there. They can't keep telling you they can't find someone, or that they don't have money, ect....
Whether you wait until the next IEP meeting or call another sooner, is up to you. Maybe you could even wait and give them enough rope LOL
What they said on ESY is true... ESY is done with the current IEP goals to keep working on those... you should get something in writing on what specifically will be addressed in ESY. Russell gets his norm in ESY except for Music Therapy. Everything else usually stays the same.
Oh.. I also wanted to add that when Russell got his Dual DX they didn't necessarily change his services or "up" anything. Russell has always received an IEP based on Russell's needs.. not on his Autism DS.. which is the way it should be. Now, we HAVE tweaked it more and more over the years... but your daughter should be getting what she needs in her IEP based on her needs.
If you feel that Kayla needs certain new services or current services "upped" or changed.. or goals changed... address that and the IEP and put that in writing... maybe things do need to be tweaked but again, it's not like you should get a different IEP based on the Dual DX alone. Is her IEP working for her now? Is there progress?
2007 St. Louis Buddy Walk Regan 14 (and a half), Russell 9 (and a half) DS, Autism, Visually Impaired, Reece 7.