Assessment for Specific Learning Difficulties

These assessments identify the presence of Specific Learning Difficulties such as dyslexia ( where reading, spelling, reading comprehension, fluency & pseudo word decoding are all assessed), and dyscalculia (where maths fluency, maths problem solving, and numeracy are assessed).

These assessments are also done in conjunction with a cognitive assessment to identify your child’s unique cognitive/ intellectual profile, including strengths and areas of difficulty. 

Giftedness and 2E Assessments

These assessments look for the possibility of intellectual giftedness, and/or the combination of giftedness and any specific learning difficulties, otherwise known as twice exceptional (2e).

Our Neurodevelopmental Assessment Journey Together

1 | Make an Enquiry

Make an initial enquiry via our online enquiry form. A clinician will contact you.

2| Client Information Forms

  • You will be sent a comprehensive parent form to complete via a secure online link . 
  • Your child’s school/educational or care setting will also be sent a form to complete via a secure online link.
  • You may be asked to share any historical professional reports at this stage, if applicable

3 | Payment

A secure payment link will be emailed to you, with details of the appointment dates and times. Invoices to be paid a minimum of 48 hours prior to assessment

4 | Assessment

You will be given a date and time for the assessment which involves the child attending the clinic & completing a cognitive assessment (WISC-V) & an academic based assessment (WIATT). This will take approximately 1.5 – 2 hours.

5| Parent Feedback

Immediately following the child’s completion of the assessment, face to face feedback will be completed with the parent. This will include full feedback on the results and outcome of the assessment as well as any diagnosis given if present. This will take approximately 30 minutes.

6| Final Report and Completion

The report information will include the full results of the assessment and a range of recommendations on educational needs, additional supports, necessary therapies, and parent/teacher resources. You will receive the full report within four weeks of your child’s assessment appointment. 

Your assessment journey is then complete