Full Potential

Early Identification Assessments

If you are a parent who is concerned about your child's school performance, you are not alone. Many parents worry about their children's academic, social, and emotional development, and it can be challenging to get the help you need. School resources are limited, and completing a full psychoeducational assessment too early is just a huge expense with little value. As a result, some children don't receive interventions or supports early enough.

Luckily, there is a solution. At Full Potential, we offers Early Identification assessments specifically designed for children ages 6 to 8. It is a diagnostic assessment that identifies issues with early academic skills development. social-emotional, or behavioural issues. These assessments are faster and more affordable than traditional psychoeducational assessments, making them accessible to more families. As well, you get the benefit of meeting with a registered psychologist who understands academic development.

Therefore, by accessing an Early Identification assessment, you will receive a comprehensive report that will help you understand your child's strengths, and needs. Recommendations for intervention to support your child's academic success will be provided so that you can share it with your child's school. This helps to identify the kinds of support they need to thrive in school. As a result, this can be a significant relief for parents who are having a hard time understanding why their child is struggling. So, don't hesitate to reach out to Full Potential for more information and support!

If there are problems getting in the way of your child’s ability to be successful in school or in their social interactions, identifying these issues early can be really important

So these assessment includes evaluating thing such as :

  • Early literacy development
  • Early numeracy development
  • Visual-motor coordination
  • Adaptive functioning
  • Social Emotional functioning

We’ll spend around:

  • 1 hour on interviews
  • 2 hours on testing
  • 2 hour on social emotional questionnaires

Then about 6-8 weeks after the data is all collected you will meet again to talk about the results

  • 4 hours on analysis
  • 1 hour on feedback.

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