Getting a Diagnosis
Our multi-disciplinary team includes:
- speech-language pathologist
- occupational therapist
- FASD specialst
- education and behavioral specialists
- social worker
- Registered nurse
These professionals come together to assess, diagnose and develop a service plan for each child.
The diagnostic assessment includes:
- Collection and analysis of medical, psychological, school and social service records
- 4-hour assessment process by multi-disciplinary team
- Medical Summary Report
- One school consultation
Cost: Payment plans and sliding fee scale are available.
The information provided by the diagnostic assessment guides the development of appropriate supports and interventions for the child in the home, school, social service, medical and judicial settings. Case management services following the diagnosis include assistance in completing the recommendations as well as advocacy for the child in the educational, medical, or social setting.