We understand how difficult it can be for parents who recognise developmental difficulties in their child.

You may be concerned that your child has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) if he or she has trouble with social and communication skills or restricted or repetitive behaviours. For example, perhaps your child:

  • looks away when you speak to him/her
  • doesn’t return your smile
  • has a lack of interest in other children
  • cannot copy simple motor movements such as clapping hands
  • has difficulty coping with change
  • has unusual language patterns or motor movements, such as hand flapping or walking on tiptoes.
  • becomes distressed by everyday sounds such as a hair dryer or blender
  • uses their peripheral vision to look at objects
  • loves or avoids certain textures.

Early diagnosis is key.

  • Cognitive Assessment

    Various standardised assessments are available, depending on the age of the individual, and can be used to determine cognitive strengths and difficulties.

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  • Psycho Educational Assessment

    This assessment of academic strengths and weaknesses is conducted by a Psychologist and when considered alongside a comprehensive cognitive assessment, can be used to diagnose learning disorders.

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  • Speech and Language Assessment

    Speech refers to how we produce sounds, and affects our ability to be understood by others. A comprehensive speech assessment can evaluate a child’s speech development across several domains

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  • Autism Assessment

    Early intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through an autism assessment can help parents, carers and professionals to best understand the needs and supports of a child on the spectrum.

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