Re: DCF - What to Expect?
Do the children all have a place to sleep - that isn't your bed? If the answer is no, it might be a good idea to borrow a crib for your youngest. Do you have sufficient food for your family and a means to prepare it?
A less than pristine uniform and messy hair isn't children's services worthy, unless you mean filthy? Do you have a plan in place to make sure that your child and his clothes are clean, even if they are still messy?
Do you get help for your children with special needs? If not, I would take this as an opportunity to ask for help.