Our assessment services fall under three categories: Psychoeducational Assessments, Neuropsychological Assessments and Other Assessments (e.g., Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics).
Do you or your child struggle at school?
A psychoeducational assessment can help identify what is contributing to the difficulties and provide you with a better understanding of learning strengths and weaknesses.
Are you concerned about your cognitive functioning (thinking abilities such as attention, memory) or that of a family member?
A neuropsychological assessment can help you better understand how the brain is functioning.
Are you or someone in your family experiencing problems in emotional, cognitive (e.g., absent-mindedness, difficulties concentrating), or sensory functioning?
Are the changes affecting daily life (e.g., school, work, relationships)?
Therapy services may be helpful.
Evaluate possible developmental disabilities (e.g., in the context of trying to apply for services and supports through Developmental Services Ontario or other community supports).
Evaluate emotional, behavioural, and social functioning in the context of a variety of life events or stressors (e.g., following a neurological injury or a stroke; after a job loss or transition).
Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics™ (NMT) Assessment and Approach
Used to provide a better understanding of an individuals' current functioning and needs based on experiences throughout their lifetime and the time they occurred. The NMT provides individuals, families, and service providers with a current brain map, and a trauma-sensitive treatment plan to help individuals develop the skills they need to be more successful in their day to day lives.
Neurocognitive Baseline Testing and Repeat Neurocognitive Screening
Conducted when there is suspected neurocognitive decline related to a neurological condition/injury or a neurodegenerative process (e.g., concussions; epilepsy; dementia).