Our experienced team provides a range of services, including individual and family therapy, comprehensive psychological assessments, and educational support tailored specifically to the unique needs of young minds. We address various challenges, such as anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, and academic difficulties, using evidence-based approaches to help children and adolescents achieve emotional balance and personal growth.
At Littlefoot, we understand that every child is unique, with their own set of strengths, challenges, and developmental needs. Psychological assessments play a vital role in unraveling the intricacies of a child's cognitive, emotional, and academic landscape. Our comprehensive suite of assessments is designed to provide valuable insights into a child's abilities, helping parents, educators, and professionals make informed decisions about their well-being and education.
Our range of assessments covers various aspects of a child's development, from cognitive and academic abilities to emotional well-being and readiness for school. Whether you're seeking to identify learning disorders, explore giftedness, understand social and emotional needs, or assess school readiness, we're here to assist you in your journey.
Cognitive/ IQ Assessment
This assessment measures a child's cognitive abilities and general intelligence. It helps identify a child's strengths and weaknesses in areas such as problem-solving, memory, and verbal and non-verbal reasoning. IQ assessments are valuable for understanding a child's overall intellectual potential.
Specific Learning Disorders
This assessment focuses on identifying specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia (reading disorder), dyscalculia (math disorder), or dysgraphia (writing disorder). It helps pinpoint the nature of the learning challenge and guides interventions to address it effectively.
This assessment aims to identify children who demonstrate exceptional intellectual or creative abilities. It helps determine if a child should be placed in gifted education programs or receive specialized educational opportunities to meet their advanced learning needs.
School Readiness Assessment
Academic Achievement Assessment
This assessment evaluates a child's performance in specific academic subjects, such as math, reading, and writing. It helps identify the child's current level of achievement in these areas and can highlight areas where additional support may be needed.
Social Emotional Awareness
This assessment explores a child's emotional well-being, social skills, and behavioral patterns. It can help identify emotional or behavioral issues, such as anxiety, depression, or social difficulties, and guide the development of appropriate interventions and support.
This assessment is used to diagnose ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder), a condition characterized by symptoms like inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. It helps clinicians understand the severity of the condition and guides treatment planning.
This assessment evaluates a child's readiness to enter formal education, typically before starting kindergarten or preschool. It assesses key developmental areas such as fine motor skills, language development, and social readiness to ensure children are prepared for the academic environment.