This assessment provides the most comprehensive assessment of learning, cognitive, socio-emotional and adaptive functioning. It will involve up to 7 or 8 hours of direct testing, and is designed to address questions that are complex or multi-layered, and may include those cases in which family issues may be particularly problematic.
Typical questions might include:
“Is my child being a ‘teenager,’ experiencing a full-fledged mood disorder, or at risk for some type of chemical abuse?”
“Why does my child suddenly seem shut down and disinterested in his/her future?”
This level of assessment also may be appropriate in cases in which an identified medical issue exists, such as traumatic brain injury, seizure disorders, or other neurological problems.
*These fees cover testing, scoring, interpretation, reporting both in writing and in person meeting with parents/child. If you have a Health Savings Accounts (HSA) or Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), you maybe be able to pay for some or all of the assessment from such accounts. Please check your HSA or FSA for restrictions.