The WISC-V is the gold standard assessment tool to measure a child's intellectual ability. It is an individually administered clinical instrument for children aged between 6 years and 16 years 11 months. It provides subtest and composite scores that represent intellectual functioning in specific cognitive domains, as well as a composite score that represents general intellectual ability.
The Wechsler Individual Achievement Test Third Edition assesses the academic achievement of children, adolescents, tertiary students and adults aged between 4 years and 50 years of age. The test enables the assessment of a broad range of academic skills or only an area of need. There are four basic scales: Reading, Math, Writing, and Oral Language.
What is included?
Warehouse One7 strives to provide quality assessment that is informed by our therapeutic model and will enrich the journey of the young person and their families. Your assessment will include:
Initial information gathering session with parent(s) / carer(s), and where suitable the young person
1 – 2 hour school observation conducted by a Provisional Psychologist (supervised by Clinical Lead) for those undertaking a comprehensive assessment
Full assessment battery
Assessment interpretive report and recommendations
Feedback session with parent(s) or carer(s)
We can also offer a comprehensive assessment including both the WISC-V and WIAT-III, which is the gold standard for identifying learning difficulties:
The Conners 3 is designed to assess Attention – Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and other common problems which occur within children aged 6-18. This is achieved by gathering information from parents, teachers and the child. This assessment is also used to determine whether specific behaviours and/or issues are more frequent or problematic for a child when compared to other children of both the same age and gender.
This assessment includes:
Information gathering with parents
Administration of the Conners-3 measure
Observation of the child in a therapeutic setting
Observation of the child in a school setting (conducted by provisional psychologist and supervised by clinical lead)
Detailed report including recommendations and diagnosis if applicable