1. Psycho-Educational Assessments
Psycho-educational assessments focus on cognitive, scholastic and emotional functioning of the learner. This assessment technique is appropriate for school-going learners. It is useful for understanding your child's current functioning and how it relates to his or her learning. Recommendations are made to assist the child in maximising his/her potential at school. The assessment includes:
Cognitive, educational & emotional assessments
Sensory processing identification in relation to learning
2. School Accommodations/Concession Assessments
To determine whether or not your child may benefit from accommodations during tests/exams at school. These may include extra time, a scribe, reader, adaptation of questions and so on.
Identification of barriers to learning and recommendations of appropriate accommodations
3. School-Readiness Assessments
This assesses strengths and challenges, ability to learn effectively, emotional and social readiness, and ultimately readiness for 'big-school'. Suitable for grade R learners.
Identifying a young learners’ readiness (emotionally, socially and educationally) to make the jump from Pre-Primary to Primary School
4. Classroom Observations
Classroom observations are useful for monitoring children's development. This is particularly useful for pre-school and early primary school learners.
Identification of strengths and challenging areas
Useful recommendations and referrals