Behavior and Emotion
Behavioral Assessments are used to help understand why your child acts the way they do. Is your child having trouble sitting still while doing homework, do they have to take a lot of breaks, do they have trouble keeping friends, or do they seem more sad or anxious than usual? Behavioral assessments offer questionnaires and interventions that help determine the potential reasons behind these activities.
Functional Analysis Assessment
Often called an FBA or FAA, this behavioral assessment uses concrete data along with direct observation and interview to complete a written assessment and specific and measurable behavior plan. This can be especially helpful for children who display outbursts, aggressive, destructive, avoidant, self-injurious behaviors.
Behavior Assessment System for Children - Third Edition (BASC-3)
Age Range: 2.0 to 21.11 years
A comprehensive set of rating scales and forms including the Teacher Rating Scales (TRS), Parent Rating Scales (PRS), Self-Report of Personality (SRP), Student Observation System (SOS), and Structured Developmental History (SDH). Together, they assist in understanding the behaviors and emotions of children and adolescents.
Distinguishes between hyperactivity vs attention problems
Identify key problem behaviors from teachers, parents and children's point of views