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Gifted Assessment Program

Would this program provide a “gifted diagnosis”?

At the end of the Gifted Assessment process a Diagnosis may or may not be given. Each child is unique, and not every client will meet criteria for a Gifted Diagnosis. We strive to offer the necessary support and interventions to help each child reach their full potential, regardless of a formal diagnosis.

As the primary caregiver or parent, will I need to attend the sessions?

Yes, Parents or Guardians are involved in the Gifted Assessment Process. One Parent or Guardian is required to be present during the Clinical Interview and Feedback Appointment. Your Child is not required to be present during these Appointments. Your child’s direct testing session will be completed one-on-one with a member of our Assessment Team. During …

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How long is the gifted assessment program?

The typical turnaround time for a Gifted Assessment can vary depending on several factors, including the complexity of the Assessment, availability to complete live testing, the number of Tests Administered, and the Completion of Parent and Teacher Questionnaires. In general, the Turnaround Time can be around 4 weeks.

Do you provide therapy treatment after the assessment?

Yes, our team consists of licensed and registered mental health professionals who have undergone specialized training to work with children and adolescents, ensuring that the treatment approach is tailored to your child’s specific developmental stage and needs. Our treatment modalities are rooted in evidence-based goal-oriented practices, ensuring effective treatment approaches for your child. We strive …

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Do both parents and/or primary caregivers need to give consent for the child to being the program?

Biological Parents: both Parents are required to provide written consent regardless of marital/relationship status. Exception includes if one parent is able to provide legal documentation indicating sole decision-making authority regarding education and health decisions for the child. Primary Caregivers who are not Biological Parents: CAS, Foster, Adoptive Parents, Grandparents, or any other Family Member(s) who …

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How do I start?

If you feel ready to begin the program, Book a Free Consultation with our Care Team at your preferred time. If you have any further questions about our program, Contact Us today for more information.