The purpose of an assessment is to identify your child’s areas of strength and weakness and to provide specific recommendations around what supports they might need.
Assessments may include interviews with parents and other stakeholders, meeting your child and asking them questions, playing and completing specific tasks with your child, observations of your child at home or school, consulting with your child’s teacher and/or asking you and other stakeholders to complete questionnaires about your child.
We use gold standard diagnostic assessments and provide detailed reports with thorough recommendations to schools, parents and other treatment providers.
Our psychologists provide gold standard diagnostic assessments for a variety of neuro-developmental disorders such as:
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Global developmental delay
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
Cognitive and neurosychological assessments
Cognitive and neuropsychological assessments can be helpful to understand your child's pattern of strengths and weaknesses and to allow for effective treatment planning. Such assessments may include tests measuring your child's:
Intellectual functioning (including giftedness)
Emotional and behavioural assessments
Our psychologists are available to perform a comprehensive assessment of your child's emotional well-being and to assess for disorders such as: