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COST  $1,500

Please note this is without cognitive or academic assessment

HELPING YOU MEET YOUR POTENTIAL

COST  $1,250

Please note most work benefits and extended health plans cover portions of the costs for psychological services

​ASSESSMENTS

COST  $2,500

COST  $2,750

COST  $2,500

Please note this is for a typical 10 hour assessment. If more testing is suggested, in consultation with you, the cost may increase

GIFTED

  • Giftedness is defined as "exceptional potential and /or performance across a wide range of abilities in one or more of the following areas: general intellectual ability, specific academic, creative thinking, social, musical, artistic and kinaesthetic".
  • Giftedness occurs within 2% of the population
  • This assessment looks at an individuals cognitive ability and achievement level
  • It is possible for a gifted individual to also have a learning disorder, often manifested by frustration and behavioural issues in school. This type of assessment will reveal if this is an issue


WESTMOUNT

  • For parents seeking testing to meet the application specifications to Westmount Charter School, only a test of intellectual functioning is required as part of the application process


PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL

  • Provides a learning profile specific to the individual and may result in a diagnosis such as learning disorder, intellectual disorder, ADHD/ADD
  • For individuals who are below grade level in one or more academic areas (reading, writing, math) or requiring a significant amount of support to attain/sustain grade level expectations, struggle to keep up to the pace of learning, experience memory difficulties, struggles with focus and concentration, issues with initiating tasks, organization and so on
  • If the assessment results in a diagnosis the report can be provided to the school so an Individual Program Plan (IPP) can be developed, focusing on the individuals conditions for success to minimize the barriers to learning success


PDD/AISH

  • People with intellectual disabilities applying to AISH or PDD are required to provide a recent psychological assessment as part of their application. This assessment is diagnostic and is focused on evaluation of intellectual capacity (IQ level) and adaptive skills functioning. The end result of the assessment is a formal report documenting a comprehensive intellectual and adaptive skill profile and applicable diagnostic information.
  • AISH (Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped) is a program that provides financial assistance to adults who have disabilities that substantially limit their ability to work. PDD (Persons with Developmental Disabilities) funds services and programs that support adult Albertan's with developmental disabilities to live as independently as possible in the community.


ADHD/ADD

  • A targeted assessment looking at the criteria for meeting the diagnostic criteria for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or Attention Deficit Disorder
  • We all have moments of struggling with attention, being easily distracted, poor concentration. These domains are impacted by numerous factors (physical/mental health, sleep issues, anxiety, depression, stress and so on). However, if these issues significantly impact your daily functioning in different areas in your life you may have ADHD/ADD and benefit from targeted intervention and strategies to address the impact they have on your school and/or work life.