Sensational Kids is pleased to announce the availability of Educational Psychological Assessments at its Clonakilty centre in West Cork. This expansion aims to provide valuable support to children and families seeking comprehensive insights into their educational needs.
What is an Educational Psychological Assessment?
Educational Psychological Assessments are specialised evaluations conducted by experienced psychologists to understand a child’s cognitive, emotional, and educational development. These assessments involve a series of standardised tests, observations, and interviews to gather a holistic understanding of a child’s strengths, challenges, and learning style. An educational psychological assessment is the assessment required to determine if your child has dyslexia. Educational Psychological Assessments are also required to assist occupational therapists to confirm a diagnosis of dysgraphia.
Educational Psychologists Can:
- Assess the learning areas and cognitive profile of a child/ young person and guide you on what support might be needed.
- Support you, teaching staff and other professionals with activities to enhance your child’s preferred learning style, self-esteem or specific learning difficulty.
- Train other professionals working with your child/young person.
How to Book an Assessment at Sensational Kids, Clonakilty:
For parents and guardians interested in scheduling an Educational Psychological Assessment, please contact Sensational Kids, Clonakilty, at the following:
PHONE: 023 887 8208
Our dedicated team of professionals is committed to providing a supportive and inclusive environment for children, helping them unlock their full potential.
Sensational Kids remains steadfast in its mission to make a positive impact on the lives of children and families, offering innovative and evidence-based solutions for a brighter future.
About Sensational Kids:
Sensational Kids is an award-winning social enterprise, that has already changed the lives of over 10,000 children, saving their families over €2.5 million in therapy fees. We provide vital front-line therapeutic supports for children with additional needs, ensuring that these children in need have access to vital supports when and where they need them.
With 86,000 children on waiting lists for speech therapy & occupational therapy our services are a lifeline for families whose children would otherwise be waiting 3-4 years to access services and would lose the opportunity for timely intervention and better outcomes for their children.