Early Childhood Developmental Evaluations help parents to get a clear picture of their young child's strengths and weaknesses. These assessments are for children from birth up to age 6. Our assessment covers various developmental domains such as communication, motor skills, cognition, adaptive behavior, social-emotional, vocabulary and school readiness skills. We use various formal and informal tools to  create a clear picture of a young child's developmental progress. After completing the evaluation, a detailed report will be shared with the parents. This report will review the assessments conducted and also provide recommended strategies to use in the home to help close the developmental gaps. The report will also provide referrals for service providers if the parents want to find help outside of the home. Contact Brighter Futures today to set up your Early Childhood Developmental Evaluation!

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Educational evaluations give parents insight into how their child is achieving in various academic areas. These tests will provide an age and grade level equivalent for each student, as well as a standard score and percentile rank. This information can help to create a treatment plan and goals for a student, which will help them to close the gap on their learning difficulties. Brighter Futures uses a variety of formal and informal academic and cognitive assessments. Areas covered include, but are not limited to, math fluency, spelling, vocabulary, reading comprehension, phonemic awareness and problem-solving skills. After completing the evaluation, a detailed report will be shared with the parents. This report will review the assessments conducted and also provide recommended strategies to use in the home to help close the academic achievement gaps. The report will also provide referrals for service providers if the parents want to find help outside of the home. Contact Brighter Futures today to set up your Educational Evaluation!

 Brighter Futures specializes in assessing children from toddler/preschool age up through elementary school age.