Dyspraxia Diagnostic Assessment:

A full and thorough diagnostic assessment, which consists of psychometric and attainment tests which takes approximately 5 hours to complete. This provides the student's unique cognitive profile and thus allows the assessor to write a detailed report explaining individual strengths and weaknesses, as well as recommendations to support the student moving forward. It will also provide a diagnosis (if applicable).

Visual disburbance screening with referral to specialist optometrist (if required).

An individualised diagnostic report (20 to 30 pages, detailing the assessment scores, findings and recommendations for support).

A detailed developmental and educational history

Additional psychometric tests to assess visual-motor integration, visual perception and motor co-ordination.

A 1:1 remote feedback session (up to 30 minutes) to answer any questions regarding the report and findings