The Peninsula Child & Youth Assessment Clinics provide a full range of psychological, educational, and neurodevelopmental evaluation services for children and adolescents, including assessment of anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, social concerns, learning difficulties, and attention dysfunctions.
Through our family and school advocacy services, we work with classroom teachers to address children’s individual needs, participate in student study teams, and help to establish eligibility for special education and/or resolve school placement issues.
Our clinics provide in-depth evaluation services for a wide range of psychological, educational, and neurodevelopmental issues.
All assessment services are individually tailored to identify the type and degree of challenge that a given child is facing and to appraise the impact of traumatic events, family dynamics, and current levels of stress.
Assessments provide crucial information for making treatment choices, setting educational goals, and obtaining necessary community services.
As part of our service we also make specific recommendations (strategies, priorities, and resources) that families can use to address immediate issues.
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