What Is A Comprehensive Assessment?
Our comprehensive assessments are offered to youth and young adults. The assessment is a combination of a detailed psychoeducational report and a detailed clinical report. We will work with your physician, psychiatrist, or others involved in your case. Requests for comprehensive assessments typically come from concerned parents, physicians or protection agencies
What Does A Comprehensive Assessment Do?
This assessment creates a comprehensive evaluation of the “whole” person.
When Is A Comprehensive Assessment Needed?
These assessments are appropriate in exceptional circumstances when a child is at considerable risk both academically and socially, emotionally or behaviorally. The student at risk could be having significant difficulty in both the school and home environment. Clinical issues may be evident (extreme anger, sadness, self-harming, anxiety or trauma)
Ongoing contact regarding a student’s progress is sometimes needed on a long-term basis
How Does A Comprehensive Assessment Help?
Detailed recommendations are made to assist a student in both the home and school environment. Referrals for community-based supports are made if a child has a complex psychological profile and complex psychological and educational needs.