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Guidance Every Step of the Way

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Initial Evaluations for Autism

An initial evaluation for autism can feel like an overwhelming process for families. NTX Psych Services will guide you smoothly through this crucial journey in your family's life.

The evaluation will include a caregiver interview, direct testing with your child including an ADOS-2 and an extensive written report to enable your family to access necessary services. 

Provided from 18 months - adolescence

Re-Evaluations for ASD

Most insurance companies require a new evaluation to determine the level of autism symptoms every 3 years.

Updated background information, a new ADOS-2 assessment, and client observations will occur.

This updated report can be shared with your child's current providers, school, and primary care doctor

to ensure continuity of care. 

Families should consider starting the re-evaluation process

at least 2-3 months before their child's old evaluation expires

to ensure that no gaps in services or care occur.

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Children at school

   ADHD Evaluations   

There are three main presentations of ADHD:

  • Predominately inattentive presentation

  • Predominately hyperactive presentation

  • Combined presentation

Evaluation measures will include a thorough intake interview, information from caregivers and teachers, DSM-5 TR symptom checklist, standardized behavior rating scales for ADHD and other types of needed testing.

Provided for ages 5 and up

   ASD Evaluations   

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Caregiver Consultations

One-on-one consultations for parents or caregivers are also offered in the following areas: communication, social, and play skill deficits related to autism, as well as challenging behavior, toilet training, picky eating, and sleep issues.

Learn more about how to assist your child and gain access

to extensive resources and tools you can use

across a wide variety of situations.

Consultations can help your child make progress as you are preparing to access medically necessary therapy services. 


Intelligence & Academic Testing

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   IQ & Academic Testing   

IQ Testing:

  • Involves a comprehensive battery of tests that measure a child's intellectual ability across 5 cognitive domains. 

    • Verbal comprehension​

    • Visual spatial

    • Fluid reasoning

    • Working memory

    • Processing speed


Academic testing:

  • Obtain a broad measure of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and math skills 

Provided for ages 3 and up

Students Taking Exams

   Learning Disabilities   

Specific Learning Disability Evaluations in Reading and Writing

Educational evaluations for specific concerns in the areas of reading and writing can help you determine what accommodations or modifications your child may require to perform at the highest level in the academic setting. 

Areas of assessment for a specific learning disability may include

  • Achievement Testing

  • Social-Emotional Questionnaires

  • Cognitive Functioning/IQ Testing

  • Adaptive Functioning Assessments

  • Interviews with Caregivers and Teachers

  • Review of Academic Work Samples

  • Complete Medical, Developmental, and Diagnostic History

While a specific learning disability evaluation may lead to a formal diagnosis, the goal of the evaluation will be to identify your child's strengths and weaknesses and to connect your family to the resources needed to help your child achieve success in the classroom and beyond.  

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