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Psychological Assessments

Peita offers assessments for a range of developmental and educational concerns, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Specific Learning Disorders, Intellectual Disability and Giftedness. These assessments can be utilised to support parents and schools in understanding the child’s needs and to further inform individual educational support. 

What’s included in an assessment?

All assessments utilise validated tools and procedures, and include a parent consultation session, a comprehensive report, and a parent feedback session to discuss the outcome of the assessment and provide recommendations. Assessments will also usually involve consultations with schools and other professionals involved. Depending on the referral question, assessment tools will be chosen and the length of the assessment process determined at the initial consultation. 

An assessment process can take up to three to four sessions, depending on the complexity of the referral request. Sessions typically go for approximately one hour. 

Assessment Breakdown

Cognitive Assessment (IQ Test)

WPPSI-IV, WISC-V, UNIT2 (test type is age dependent)

Clinical history to gather information about your child and their development, test administration (approx. 1 to 1.5 hours), report and feedback session. 

Achievement Testing (academic assessment)


Clinical history, test administration (approx. 2 to 2.5 hours), report and feedback session.

Full Educational Assessment 

Clinical history, combination of cognitive assessment and achievement testing when booked at the same time and combined on the same report.

Adaptive Functioning Assessment


Clinical history, test administration and report.

Autism Spectrum Disorder Assessment (child/adolescent)

Clinical history, administration of the ADOS-2 or MIGDAS with child, administration of the MIGDAS with parent/caregiver and teacher, SRS-2 form (parent and teacher), cognitive assessment (if applicable), additional questionnaires (if required such as CARS, etc), formal written report and feedback session.

Behavioural Assessment (ADHD) (child/adolescent)

Clinical interview, assessment of psychometrics using Conners 4 and/or BASC (children, adolescent), variable raters questionnaires (self/parent/teacher), cognitive assessment (if applicable), formal written report and feedback session.

Peita Bouziotis Psychological Assessments is not an emergency or crisis service. 


For emergency or crisis support please call:

·       Call 000

·       Attend a hospital emergency department

·       Kids helpline 1800 55 1800

·       Lifeline 13 11 14

·       Suicide call back service 1300 659 467

·       Seek support from your local GP

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