Assessments

We can assist you with:

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Psychological Assessments

For people of all ages for concerns such as Autism, ADHD and Attention issues, Developmental Milestone Delays, Social issues, Emotional Regulation issues, Academic issues, Anxiety and Depression, and Reading/Writing issues.

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Occupational Therapy Assessments

For children 13years and under for concerns such as Autism, Motor coordination, Fine and Gross Motor Skills issues, Developmental Milestone delays, Feeding/eating issues and Sensory processing issues.

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Early Childhood Assessments

For children 7years and under for concerns such as  Autism, ADHD and Attention issues, Developmental Milestone Delays, Social issues, Emotional Regulation issues, Following Instructions and Group Participation issues, Fine Motor issues, and Reading/Writing issues.

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Professional Reports

Individual professional reports to assist with school/workplace and receiving additional support.

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Communication with Educators and other Allied Health Providers

We work closely and collaboratively with educators and other health providers so we are all on the same page!

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Individual Therapy

Work 1:1 with your therapist who’s focused on improving your quality of life.

Tailored Rooms

Our rooms are designed to allow us to respond to the varying needs of our clients.   

Quality Reports

We are the leader on the coast and well known for our comprehensive reports.

Why Choose Us

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Qualified Neuroaffirming Clinicians

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45+ Years of combined experience

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Client focused, strengths based approaches

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Collaborative Allied Health Team

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Benefits of Service

Professional Reports

Having a professional report of findings after undertaking an assessment is crucial for several reasons:

Communication and Documentation: The report serves as a formal and structured document that communicates the assessment results to the client, referring professional (if applicable), and other relevant parties involved in the assessment process. It provides a clear and concise summary of the findings, ensuring accurate and effective communication of the assessment outcomes.

Treatment Planning: The report helps in developing an appropriate treatment plan. By outlining the client’s strengths, weaknesses, and specific areas of concern, the report guides the formulation of therapeutic goals and interventions. It provides a comprehensive understanding of the client’s individual functioning and assists in tailoring treatment approaches to address specific needs.

Client Empowerment: The report empowers the client by offering insights into their individual profile. It enhances self-awareness and understanding of their strengths and challenges. With this information, clients can make more informed decisions about their lives, seek appropriate support, and actively participate in their treatment process.

Legal and Ethical Considerations: In certain contexts, such as forensic evaluations or disability claims (such as NDIS or Centrelink), a thorough report is essential for legal and ethical purposes. The report should accurately document the assessment methods, findings, and diagnostic impressions, providing an objective and transparent account of the assessment process.

Continuity of Care: Assessments are often part of a broader treatment process. The individual report ensures continuity of care by facilitating information exchange between professionals. It allows other clinicians or healthcare providers to gain an understanding of the client’s assessment outcomes, which aids in collaborative treatment planning and informed decision-making.

Our reports are strengths focused and neuroaffirming.