Assessment Services for organisations
Our clinician-led assessment and intervention service
comprises psychologists, speech & language therapists, occupational therapists
and physiotherapists. Services are available to both children and adults across Ireland.
Our multi-disciplinary team works collaboratively,
sharing information and discussing each case, to reach consensus conclusions.
As part of our clinical governance we review assessment reports to
ensure consistency and clarity for each individual case.
We are responsive to the requirements of our clients, and sensitive to the needs of
individuals and their families during the assessment process.
Our reports are comprehensive: as well as standardised scores and interpretation
we include practical recommendations to bridge the gap between
assessment and accessing services.
If needed, we can take care of the entire case lifecycle - contact; booking of appointments;
DNA handling; and post-assessment questions from families and other professionals.
Our team is accustomed to working with translators where needed.
AON - Full Population
Since 2013, we've provided AON assessments for seventy individuals a month in
an urban, multi-ethnic area with some socially deprived or vulnerable families.
We cover the full population: the majority of individuals require psychology, speech & language and occupational
therapy assessments; some also require physiotherapy assessments or autism diagnostic assessments.
Due to the size and nature of the work we have daily contact with our client to report progress
and discuss cases of concern. We handle day-to-day coordination of assessments and bookings ourselves.
We pride ourselves on our effectiveness, sensitivity, and ability to help families make sense of their child's needs.
AON - Complex Cases
Since March 2014 we've provided AON assessments for about twenty complex individuals a month for a HSE client
who performs the majority of AON assessments in house.
The individuals typically require psychology, speech & language; occupational and autism-diagnostic assessments.
Our client requires a high degree of differential diagnosis due to the complex presentation and multiple needs
of the individuals. For this contract, our workflow integrates the client's
existing governance process.
By working in this way, the client benefits from our specialism in autism diagnosis, while
each individual is accurately assessed so that they can be referred to the appropriate services.
Primary Care Psychology
We provide support to a primary care service in a rural area.
The work comes in bursts of thirty individuals at a time to be completed within two months for resource deadlines.
Individuals typically require psychology and autism-diagnostic assessments.
The client uses us to ameliorate staff shortages caused by maternity leave and structural difficulties.
By doing so, each individual is assessed within the deadline, which ensures they have an opportunity to access resources.
What to do next
We have a proven track record and are able to provide references from existing clients.
The first step is to talk with us to determine what you require, and then
we'll go from there.