- Cognitive Assessments
A review of the client’s history and the use of standardized tests to assess intellectual ability
- Evaluation of Adaptive Functioning
Psychological tests, such as the Vineland or the ABAS, used to obtain a measure of the individual’s level of communication, socialization and independent living skills
- Autism Testing
- Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS)
A structured play assessment or interview conducted by a psychologist with the client to help determine the diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder
- Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R)
A structured interview conducted with the parents or other caregivers to help determine the diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder
Social Skills Groups
Groups of peers, with similar developmental level and overall functioning, which utilize a semi-structured, recreation-based format with a goal of improving social interaction skills.
Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services (BHRS)
Behavioural Health Rehabilitative Services are medically prescribed, intensive and individualized mental health services that are delivered in the home, school and/or community. BHR Services are supportive, time-limited, one-to-one planned behavioral health interventions designed to help the child and family develop skills to improve problem behaviors, utilizing treatment interventions based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.