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Developmental Evaluations

When there are concerns about a young child’s development, a neurodevelopmental evaluation will assess functioning across cognitive, language, social, and early academic domains to help determine where your child falls in comparison to same-aged peers and how to best support his or her development. A neurodevelopmental evaluation is often useful for guiding early treatments and/or facilitating the transition from early intervention services to the school setting. Common reasons for conducting a neurodevelopmental evaluation include:


  • Delay in reaching developmental milestones (e.g., speech & language, motor, social)

  • Concern about an Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Difficulty acquiring early learning/pre-academic skills

  • Concern about behavioral or emotional regulation

  • Concern about the implications of medical conditions (e.g., epilepsy, genetic disorders)

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