Cognitive/Intellectual /Academic /Behavioural assessments for School support
School is hard enough to navigate through but what if your child had a learning or cognitive issue that had not been recognised? Cognitive and academic assessments provide a detailed overview of a child’s intellectually and academic ability within the school settings. They show how a child process information, their capacity to recall and retrieve from their memory, the strengths and weaknesses in numeracy, comprehension, visual and auditory learning, attention and distractibility and a range of other important characteristics that define the learning process in schools.
· Assist teachers to understand the student’s needs and abilities.
· Help with developing individualised learning and behavioural plans.
· Support applications for funding assistance.
· Offer parents an opportunity to understand their child’s cognitive processes.
Psychometric Testing for Children and Adolescents:
Behaviour Assessment System for Children (BASC)
Trauma Symptom Checklist (TSCC)
Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI)
Parenting Relationship Questionnaire (PRQ)
Cognitive assessments, eg, WAIS/WISC, WIAT,WPPSI
Auditory assessments (subtests from the Woodcock Johnson)
GLR (long term memory retrieval)
Cattell Horn Caroll Model (CHC)
ADHD – BROWNS ADD Scales
BASC (Behaviour Assessment Scale for Children- under 21
Rey Ostereith Figure.
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (eg, AQ, EQ, RAADS, BASC, BRIEF, SELF.CARS)
Wechsler Memory Scale