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Diagnostic Assessments

Our Psychologists are able to provide wholistic and accurate diagnosis for various neurodevelopmental conditions and school-based supports/accomodations


Types of Psychological Assessments


Understand your child's innate verbal and nonverbal abilities

  • Cognitive Assessment (IQ)

    • Intellectual Disability

    • Giftedness

school readiness

Is your child ready to enter Primary 1? Deferment is possible if your child is not ready

  • Developmental Assessments

  • School Readiness Assessments

learning & attention

Identify if your child has significant learning and attention difficulties that may require specialised support and accommodations 

  • Learning Disorders

    • Dyslexia

    • Dyscalculia

  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)


An in-depth parent interview and standardised testing can help to identify if your child's behaviours are on the autism spectrum

  • Developmental Diagnoses

    • ASD

    • Global Developmental Delays

Reasons For Doing Psychological Assessment

A psychological assessment can help you understand your child and make plans for their future

To assess if your child may be gifted

For entry into international schools or special education schools

To identify if your child may have underlying difficulties that may require specialist remediation

To apply for examination accommodations

Diagnostic/Therapy Process

*This session is done without the child present as they may feel uncomfortable hearing about their difficulties 

Topics that will

be discussed:

  • Presenting Concerns

  • Developmental History

  • Home Environment

  • Parenting Styles

  • Schooling History


Psycheducational assessments may be conducted to identify if your child meets the criteria for a disorder


Depending on the concerns raised, appropriate  therapies may be suggested to address the problems shared


Parent Interview

1) An in-depth parent interview is necessary to gather information about the child's background and presenting problems

(1 session)

Session with Child

2) Meeting with the child to observe the child's behaviour and to get to know the child

(1 session)

Assessments may be recommended again after some interventions if school access accommodations are required for exams

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