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Developmental Assessments (0-3 years)

LEAD partners with Elevate Clinic to offer this service.

  • 1 hour
  • Contact for pricing
  • Centre d'apprentissage - LEAD - Learning Centre

Service Description

*IMPORTANT: Contact Elevate via their website to book your session: Developmental Assessments A developmental assessment is a comprehensive evaluation aimed at understanding and evaluating different areas of a child’s development, including cognitive, language, motor, and socio-emotional skills. It is intended for children aged 3.5 years and below. During the assessment, a neuropsychologist will engage in structured observation and interaction with the child, as well as administer standardized tests and tasks that are designed specifically for the child’s age and developmental stage. The goal is to identify any developmental concerns, delays, or disorders early on so that appropriate interventions and support can be provided to help the child reach their full potential. Common signs or difficulties in a child that might lead to a referral for a developmental assessment include: 1. Delayed or atypical speech and language development, such as limited vocabulary, difficulty forming sentences, or challenges in understanding and using language appropriately. 2. Persistent difficulties with motor skills, such as clumsiness, poor coordination, or delays in reaching developmental milestones like crawling, walking, or holding objects. 3. Behavioral concerns, including aggression, hyperactivity, impulsivity, or difficulty with attention and concentration. 4. Social challenges such as limited eye contact, disinterest in social interactions, trouble making friends, or difficulty understanding social cues and norms. 5. Difficulties with emotional regulation, such as frequent mood swings or tantrums, excessive fear or anxiety, or struggles coping with transitions and changes.

Cancellation Policy

Contact Elevate Clinic to book your session:

Contact Details

  • 609 Rue Principale, Laval, QC H7X 1C7, Canada


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