My son is a high school junior and will very soon initiate the application process for a Navy ROTC scholarship. I was hoping to get ahead of the game by accumulating all paperwork related to potential medical issues which could be raised during his DODMERB physical. One such issue is that he was evaluated for and diagnosed with the inattentive form of ADHD. While the doctor discussed meds with us and wrote a prescription in case we wanted to go that route we declined and never had him take any medications to address the matter. Since the impacts of his condition were pretty mild (he's always been an honor student and tests out as gifted) we thought it best to try to address his focus issues and poor organizational skills in other ways. Since I know that the advice provided on this forum has been to gather all such records together, I contacted the psychiatrist he saw and was able to get a form to have records sent, but since they are technically psychiatric records, they will only send them to the organization who needs them and not to me. Should I just wait until after he has his DODMERB physical and have them sent to wherever they request or is there something more I should do now? Thanks for any guidance.