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The child psychologist completes a comprehensive neurodevelopmental profile of your child. The profile helps us determine your child’s areas of strength and areas where he or she is weaker and would benefit from some support.
Your psychologist then interprets the profile in a report that’s shared with you.
The next step is the creation of an individualized education plan (IEP) for your child. Your psychologist uses the profile to create this plan, which you’ll use to advance your child’s skills.
The psychologist then customizes teaching tools that will encourage your child’s skill development. The teaching tools are delivered to your home.
You learn how to use mom’s belief teaching tools and techniques in weekly, one-hour sessions. Training can be taken at our research center or by video call.
At the end of one month, the teaching tools will be collected. Your psychologist will create another IEP for your child and another set of resources will be delivered to support that IEP.
At the end of three months, your child will be assessed again to see how he or she has progressed. The program continues in this way, with a new IEP and teaching tools provided each month, regular training and monitoring, and comprehensive skills assessments every three months.
Support from our team of child psychologists and therapists, who prepare neurodevelopmental profiles and specific education plans that promote skill development.
Customized teaching tools from our library of over 500 resources. Teaching tools are chosen specifically to achieve the goals outlined in the IEP’s.
Training and/or mentoring from our team of child development experts.
Ongoing monitoring and support, with education plans and resources updated each month.