A developmental evaluation is specifically tailored to the needs of young children (0-6 years old); it provides knowledge and understanding of current cognitive, language, and motor development as well as the child’s social skills, temperament/behavior, and adaptive functioning (i.e., feeding skills, toilet training) relative to other children his or her age.
The clinicians in our Developmental Clinic are experts in addressing a wide range of potential developmental problems related to premature birth, genetic/neurologic conditions, cardiac issues, and social-emotional/behavioral difficulties via developmental evaluation.
Following a developmental evaluation at CAAT, parents receive feedback about clinical observations and impressions and individually tailored recommendations for intervention and support services. We provide a detailed, easy-to-read report that offers a comprehensive view of your child’s developmental profile. This report includes in-depth analysis of your child’s specific challenges and strengths, which can be shared with the people in your child’s life (such as pediatricians, teachers and other care providers) to ensure meaningful awareness of your unique child.
CAAT is dedicated to forming a close relationship with parents and families over the course of a child’s development and providing ongoing follow-ups to monitor progress and modify treatment plans as needed.
Call the office or use our online form to set-up an intake call with our client services liaison to schedule a developmental evaluation for your child.
See Assessment FAQ to learn about the evaluation process at CAAT.