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Aspergers Clinic:
Evaluations for Aspergers

 

Awareness of Aspergers Syndrome is growing.  Sadly, professional training and experience working with children and adolescents with Aspergers is still hard to find.  Evaluating a child for possible Aspergers is a complex process that involves spending time with the child, gathering background information from parents and teachers, directly testing the child, and integrating information into a comprehensive picture.  Beyond merely "labeling" the professional also needs to know what can be done that will help the child and improve their life.  The ASAP program has trained professionals with extensive experience working with children and adolescents with Aspergers Syndrome who routinely conduct comprehensive evaluations that provide practical and detailed recommendations for immediate support of the child.

We believe that our approach to evaluations is the best way to help children and adolescents.  When you come to ASAP the actual testing of your child is not handed off to someone other than the doctor.  Your child is tested by one of our two doctoral staff throughout the testing process.  Unlike nearly every other practice we know of, you meet with either Dr. Robert Montgomery or Dr. Christine Montgomery for each and every aspect of the assessment process.  We use a process approach to our evaluations.  That means that each child that comes into our clinic is given a tailor-made evaluation - not a package of tests that are routinely given to all children and adolescents seen.  This process lead us to actually come to know your child to a greater extent 

We will be happy to help support your child and to schedule a comprehensive evaluation as soon as possible.  We ask that you provide us with records and background information in order to facilitate our understanding your child.  The information that we need is available in a Adobe PDF handout Info Requested which is designed to help you gather the information necessary for us to provide you the most accurate and useful evaluation possible.

If you have any questions at all regarding our ASAP program, or anything we do at Reinforcement Unlimited, LLC, please do not hesitate to contact us at 770-591-9552.

 

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