D ’Soul Clinical Services Program offers a comprehensive approach to the early identification, treatment and prevention of emotional, behavioural and developmental problems in infants and young children.
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The first step is to consult with the Developmental Pediatrician and the initial assessment is done. An assessment is a structured evaluation of your child's development—physical, language, intellectual, social, and emotional.
Developmental Pediatrician recommends the set of Evaluations and the Program and other medical examination required as per child's needs.
There is a series of things a developmental-behavioral pediatrician may do as part of the evaluation. These include:
The doctor also want your child to be evaluated by other specialists. Those might include an occupational therapist, a speech therapist or a neuropsychologist.
During the formal assessment, Therapist will conduct a series of tests. But before that, they will chat with you about your concerns related to your child’s issues. It is important that you try to be as specific as you can.
Therapist may be the expert in their field, but you know your child best and that is why therapist will rely on you to provide as many details as possible.
As part of assessment, Therapist will do more like a conversation, observation, or playtime technique. They use this time to learn more about how your child.
After thoroughly evaluating your child skills, Therapist will compile all the gathered information and summarize it in a formal report. The report will contain a brief description of each area of assessment and its findings.
Based on those findings, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician /Therapist will determine if therapy is necessary. Therapist will develop a tailored plan with goal setting for treatment and present you with its details.
We hope the worries you had about your child’s assessment are now gone. If you still have any questions, our team is here to help.
On the day of assessment, you will be provided with Questionnaire to fill.
In general, you can expect that you'll spend time answering a host of detailed questions about your child's growth, physical movements, behavior, play, and interactions with family members.