Measures the child’s cognitive abilities, attention, working memory, reasoning abilities in addition to academic achievement in math, reading, and writing.
Looks at fine and gross motor skills and the prerequisites of learning such as attention, planning, problem-solving, and memory.
Looks into psychological factors including personality development and mood traits.
A clinical interview with a psychiatrist and a psychologist to review the child’s presenting problem.
Measures the oral and written component of language, as well as the social aspect of language including non-verbal communication.