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Developmental Assessment

While children grow and develop at their own pace, a developmental assessment can help determine if a child's development is on target.  A developmental assessment assesses five areas of a child's development.  These five areas include" physical, language, intellectual, social, and emotional.  I also include a speech and language screening and a sensory processing screening as part of my developmental assessment.

Many children who have been exposed to substances in utero, have had a history of neglect, abuse, or trauma, or have attachment issues would likely benefit from a developmental assessment.  Early intervention can often make a adramatic difference in the quality of life as the child grows and develops.

The developmental assessment is not covered by insurance. The price of a developmental assessment is $500.  It takes about 2 sessions of 45 minutes each to complete teh developmental assessment.