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Clinical Assessment

Understanding a student's holistic needs, encompassing both learning and emotional well-being, is crucial for their academic and personal growth. Our clinical assessments provide a comprehensive evaluation of each student's learning profile as well as emotional and behavioural challenges (if any), empowering both parents and students with valuable insights. 

For parents, these assessments offer a nuanced understanding of their child's strengths, potential challenges, and emotional landscape. With this knowledge, parents can better advocate for their child's comprehensive needs within the educational system, fostering an environment that supports their learning journey as well as emotional and behavioural well-being.

Students themselves benefit greatly from this process. Our assessments help unravel individual learning styles, strengths, and areas requiring support. Simultaneously, they delve into emotional and behavioural aspects, providing a clearer understanding of how these facets influence learning and overall well-being. Armed with this understanding, students gain confidence in their abilities and can leverage tailored strategies not only to maximise their learning potential but also to better manage their emotional and behavioural responses.

Through our clinical assessment, we aim to bridge the gap between potential and performance, enabling students to thrive in their educational pursuits and personal life. We are dedicated to addressing the multifaceted needs of each student, moving beyond mere diagnosis to offer actionable insights that foster growth, confidence, and success in both academic achievements and social interactions. We warmly invite both parents and students to embark on this enlightening journey with us, discovering the keys to unlocking their complete potential. 

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Attention-Deficit & Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

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Academic Achievement

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

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Learning Disorders (e.g., Dyslexia)

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Cognitive Functioning (IQ)

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Intellectual Disability

Other Issues 

  • Depression, irritability, and social withdrawal

  • School refusal

  • Separation anxiety and other anxiety issues

  • Peer-related issues (such as bullying and interpersonal conflicts)

  • Anger management and emotional regulation

  • Oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, and at-risk behaviours

  • & more

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