They really are good at just letting things go, and this close to school, you do want to stay on top of them. Of course, there's nothing saying that she can't start a little late. The paperwork, as I recall, is a bit extensive... and then they'll want to meet with you like 2 or 3 times (or at least they're supposed to).
Good luck with Kailey's appt. I'm sure she'll do OK, regardless. Richard's doctor knew him well enough that they didn't even bother with the hearing and eye tests until this year when he was finally being compliant. Basically what the hearing test was was that they put these headphones on and in different ears, the programmer will make it say something at a different sound level/frequency I guess and the child has to point to a picture on a sheet of what it was they heard the thing say. The lady made sure Richard knew and could point to the objects she was going to test him on before she did it first, so it's not like anything was a surprise. I bet if Kailey is kicking up a fuss, they won't make her do it and if they try, they are bastards and you should tell them so.