Behavioural assessments observe whether a child displays challenging behaviour that falls outside the age-appropriate range. These challenging behaviours may include; anxiety, aggressions, hyperactivity, impulsivity, trouble focusing, self-esteem and social skills.
A comprehensive assessment process which involves the gathering of information from an array of sources. The goal is to gain insight about a child’s strengths and weaknesses by observing, communication and social skills, sensory activities as well as restricted or repetitive behaviours, activities or interests. The extent and severity to which a child can function on a daily basis can range from mild to severe.
These assessments are recommended when a child is having trouble performing everyday tasks and meeting developmental milestones.
Measures how a child is performing in a range of academic skill areas and how this compares with their peers and grade expectations. These areas include, basic reading, reading comprehension, oral language skills, written skills and mathematics.
Cognitive assessments (also known as intelligence tests) can be used to assess learning capabilities through identifying personal strengths and weaknesses.
Visit your GP and ask them for a referral to our clinic. Describe the issues and they’ll give you a referral to see us.
If you don’t want to see a GP, you can visit us without a Medicare Care Plan. You can discuss fees when you call us.
Medicare provides you with 6 sessions initially. In the event you need additional sessions, visit your GP and they can refer you back to us for more sessions.