We provide assessment services to children, adolescents, and adults at both our Fort Erie and St. Catharines locations.
Assessments range from a few hours to several days depending on what is needed. No referral is required to begin the assessment process. See below for our assessment options for more information.
We'll be happy to answer any questions you have about any of our assessments including rates, scheduling, and more.
A mental health assessment consists of a document review, clinical interview, and a battery of formal psychological test measures to provide thorough background, diagnosis, and treatment plan recommendations
We work with children, adolescents, and adults to assess, diagnose, and program for each person's unique learning style. Our in-house intervention programs are tailored to develop working memory, reading, and writing skills.
This assessment consists of a thorough developmental intake and assessment of cognitive functioning and adaptive skills. It is appropriate for use in applying to the DSO (Developmental Services Ontario) for access to services and funding.
ADHD assessment for diagnosis and treatment planning involves health record review and biopsychosocial history taking, QEEG, measurement of cognitive performance, and additional selected assessments.
Our autism assessment investigates behavioural, cognitive, social, and communication delays. The assessments consist of a clinical interview, behavioural observation, and a battery of formal psychological tests.