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Clinical & Diagnostic Assessments

Allied Health Supports

Quantum Behaviour offer a range of clinical and diagnostic assessments. Allied Health supports are currently available in Parkes, Orange, and Dubbo NSW.

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Autism Spectrum Rating Scales

Its common for those we love to revert to the use of high-risk and harmful behaviours at home, at school, and in the community. 

 

Luckily, it doesn't always have to be this way. Specialist Behaviour Support is designed to teach new, healthier ways to cope with stress, frustration, and other big emotions.

Through targeted skill development, behaviour support aims to reduce challenging behaviour and teach, new, healthier behaviours. 

he ASRS (Autism Spectrum Rating Scales) is a tool used for assessing and measuring behaviors associated with autism spectrum disorders. It's designed to help professionals gather information from parents, teachers, and individuals themselves to aid in the identification and diagnosis of autism spectrum conditions. The assessment covers various domains such as social skills, communication, and repetitive behaviors.

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Autism Diagnostic Interview Assessment

The ADI-R (Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised) is a comprehensive, standardized, semi-structured interview conducted with caregivers or parents of individuals who may be suspected of having an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It's one of the gold standard tools used for diagnosing autism. 

The ADI-R covers various domains of behavior associated with autism, including social interaction, communication, and restricted and repetitive behaviors. The ADI-R is often used in conjunction with other assessments to provide a thorough evaluation of an individual's characteristics and behaviors related to autism.

The ADI-R (Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised) is a comprehensive, standardized, semi-structured interview conducted with caregivers or parents of individuals who may be suspected of having an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It's one of the gold standard tools used for diagnosing autism.

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Sensory Assessment

A sensory assessment is a process that involves evaluating an individual's sensory processing abilities and preferences. Sensory processing refers to how the nervous system receives and responds to sensory information from the environment. The goal of a sensory assessment is to identify specific sensory patterns, sensitivities, or challenges that may impact an individual's overall well-being and behavior.

 

This information can then inform the development of tailored interventions and support strategies to address sensory needs and enhance the individual's quality of life.

A sensory assessment is a process that involves evaluating an individual's sensory processing abilities and preferences. The goal of a sensory assessment is to identify specific sensory patterns, sensitivities, or challenges that may impact an individual's overall well-being and behavior. This information can then inform the development of tailored interventions and support strategies to address sensory needs and enhance the individual's quality of life.

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Wechsler Intelligence Scale For Children (WISC)

The WISC (Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children) is an intelligence test designed for assessing the cognitive abilities of children aged 6 to 16. The WISC is widely used in educational and clinical settings to evaluate a child's intellectual functioning and identify strengths and weaknesses in various cognitive domains.

The results of the WISC provide an overall Full-Scale IQ score, as well as scores on the individual cognitive domains. These scores can help professionals, including psychologists and educators, understand a child's cognitive profile and inform educational and support interventions.

The WISC (Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children) is an intelligence test designed for assessing the cognitive abilities of children aged 6 to 16. The WISC is widely used in educational and clinical settings to evaluate a child's intellectual functioning and identify strengths and weaknesses in various cognitive domains.

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Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT)

The WIAT is an assessment tool designed to measure an individual's academic achievement and evaluate strengths and weaknesses of individuals.

 

The WIAT assesses achievement in reading, mathematics, written language, and oral language.

 

It provides valuable information and is often used in education settings for a variety of purposes: educational planning, intervention planning, monitoring progress, and as part of more comprehensive diagnostic assessments. 

The WIAT is an assessment tool designed to measure an individual's academic achievement and evaluate strengths and weaknesses of individuals. The WIAT assesses achievement in reading, mathematics, written language, and oral language. It provides valuable information and is often used in education settings for a variety of purposes: educational planning, intervention planning, monitoring progress, and as part of more comprehensive diagnostic assessments. 

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Speech and Language Assessments

A speech assessment is a process conducted to evaluate an individual's speech and language abilities. This assessment helps identify any communication disorders or difficulties that may be present. The assessment is comprehensive and may include the evaluation of various aspects of communication, depending on the individual's age and needs. This process is important for designing targeted interventions and support strategies.

Elements of speech assessments include; language production, language skills, fluency, voice, pragmatics and in some cases, feeding and swallowing. 
 

A speech assessment is a process conducted to evaluate an individual's speech and language abilities. This assessment helps identify any communication disorders or difficulties that may be present. The assessment is comprehensive and may include the evaluation of various aspects of communication, depending on the individual's age and needs. This process is important for designing targeted interventions and support strategies.

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