SCHOOL ADMISSION EVALUATION
The SCHOOL ADMISSION EVALUATION outlines the intellectual abilities as well as the individual strengths and weaknesses of applicants seeking admission into private and parochial schools.
The DEVELOPMENTAL EVALUATION is a standardized assessment which outlines a child’s development across a variety of domains including language skills, motor skills, social skills, adaptive skills, and intelligence. Evaluation for the presence of Autism is available for children 18 months-old and older.
A PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION is a standardized assessment which outlines an individual’s cognitive and emotional functioning to determine potential causes, contributors, and treatment options. This evaluation can be specific and focus on a specific diagnosis such as ADHD or it can be broad for the purposes of outlining an individual’s psychological strengths and weaknesses.
A PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL EVALUATION is a full standardized assessment which looks at all areas of a student’s functioning. Whether it is a child in pre-kindergarten or a student looking to complete graduate-level education, the PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL EVALUATION, can identify challenges and solutions which may unlock a student’s potential.
This evaluation is conducted with the patient’s prescribing physician. It is useful when the effectiveness of medication is questioned or when a baseline level of functioning must be obtained prior to beginning medication.