At Potentialz we offer a number of wide range of psychological assessments for kids and adults spanning behavioural assessments, cognitive assessment (IQ), learning disabilities, learning strengths, memory, impacts of separation on children, memory and neuropsychological tests for memory (dementia detection).

We provide further details of these tests below.

Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children 5th Edition (WISC V)

WISC V is given to kids between the ages of 6 to 16. It measures Cognitive Ability, specifically, learning potential and learning styles, and has 10 Core Subtests.

IQ Testing for kids using WISC-V

The assessment requires an initial session with parents without the presence of the child, a formal session with the child in which the test is administered, compiling of results and preparing the report for the parents and then finally a review session with parents to discuss the outcomes of the assessment.

Weschler Intelligence Scale for Adults 4th Edition (WAIS IV)

WIAS-IV is given to adults between the ages of 16 to 90 years. It measures Cognitive Ability, specifically, intelligence, and has 10 Core Subtests.

IQ Testing for Adults Using WAIS-IV

The assessment requires an initial session with the requester without the presence of the client, a formal session with the client in which the test is administered, compiling of results and preparing the report and finally a review session with the client to discuss the outcomes of the assessment.

Weschler Individual and Achievement Test 3rd Edition (WIAT III)

WIAT III is given to individuals between the ages of 4 to 50 years. It assesses academic weaknesses or strengths related to Reading, Writing, Spelling and Maths (Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia).

Testing for Learning Difficulties and Strengths using WAIT III

By administering the test an informed decision can be made about special education needs and a diagnosis of a specific learning disability can be given. The test also helps in designing instructional objectives and interventions keeping in mind the persons learning disabilities or strengths. A number of parameters are assessed which are listed below.

A. Oral Language (Pre Kindergarten to Grade 12)

  • Listening Comprehension
  • Oral Expression

B. Total Reading Skills (Dyslexia) Grade 1-12

  • Word Reading
  • Pseudoword Decoding

Additional Components of this subtest for Grade 2-12

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Oral Reading Fluency

C. Written Expression (Dysgraphia) (K-12)

  • Alphabet & Writing Fluency
  • Spelling
  • Sentence Completion
  • Essay Composition

D. Composite 3: Maths (Dyscalculia) (K-12)

  • Math Problem Solving
  • Numerical Operations

Additional Components of this subtest for Grade 1-12

  • Math Fluency- Addition
  • Math Fluency- Subtraction
  • Math Fluency- Multiplication

The assessment requires an initial session with parents without the presence of the child, a formal session(s) with the child in which the test(s) is(are) administered, compiling of results and preparing the report for the parents and then finally a review session with parents to discuss the outcomes of the assessment.

California Verbal Learning Test 3rd Edition (CVLT 3- Verbal Learning and Memory)

CVLT 3 is given to individuals between the ages of 16 to 90 years. It assesses Memory for Adults for Recent Events -Immediate Memory. Administration time of the test is 30 minutes and can be done in the initial session.

CVLT3: California Verbal Learning Test 3rd Edition for Memory

CVLT 3 provides a detailed assessment of verbal learning and memory for older adolescents and adults between the age of 16 to 90. In this assessment, an examinee listens to a series of words and is then asked to recall the terms and the category to which they belong. CVLT is the most sensitive measure of episodic verbal learning.

Clinicians use this classic test to:

  • Assess individuals who have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury (TBI), dementia, schizophrenia, ADHD, or neurological disorders
  • Test the degree to which a person can return to work, perform complex activities of daily living, and live independently
  • Evaluate insufficient effort or malingering to reduce false results

Administration

  1. Clinical Interview with client  –  1 session
  2. Testing and Review of Results  – 1 session

Repeatable Battery for the assessment of Neuropsychological Status Update (RBANS Update)

RBANS is given to individuals between the age of 20 to 89 years. The RBANS Update provides a brief, individually administered battery to measure cognitive decline or improvement across 5 domains:

  • Immediate Memory – List learning and Story Memory
  • Visuospatial/Constructional – Figure Copy and Line Orientation
  • Language – Picture naming and Semantic Fluency
  • Attention – Digit Span and Coding
  • Delayed Memory – List Recall, List Recognition, Story Memory, and Figure Recall
RBANS update for Dementia Detection in Adults

This instrument is used by clinicians and neuropsychologists to help:

  • Screen for deficits in acute-care settings
  • Track recovery during rehabilitation
  • Track progression of neurological disorders
  • Screen for neurocognitive status in adolescents

Administration

  1. Interview with client  –   1 session
  2. Testing  –   1 session
  3. Report Writing   
  4. Discussion of Results with client  – 1 session                                          

Behavioural Assessment for Children

ASEBA: Child Behaviour Checklist for Boys/Girls

ASEBA measures adaptive and maladaptive behavioural problems such as attention, aggression, sleep, somatic and mood and anxiety.

Age Group

Administered for children between the age of 6 to 18.

ASEBA Child Behaviour Checklist for Girs and Boys between the age of 6 to 18

Administration

  1. Parent Interview without child                                     1 session
  2. Scoring   
  3. Report writing                                                              
  4. Review of Results with parent                                      1 session

Behavioural Assessment for Adolescents

ASEBA: Youth Self Report Scale

Age Group

Administered for adolescents between the age of 11 to 18.

ASEBA Youth Self Report Scale for adolescents between the age of 11 to 18

Purpose

ASEBA: youth self-report scale is used to Screen for behavioural and emotional problems.

Administration

  1. Parent Interview without child                                    1 session
  2. Youth does self-Report in session                                 1 session
  3. Scoring 
  4. Report writing                                                         
  5. Review of Results with parent                                      1 session

Attention/Hyperactivity/Impulsive Disorder (ADHD) Assessment

Conner’s for ADHD Parent and Teacher Form 

ADHD Assessment Using Connor's for ADHD Parent and Teacher Form

Age Group

Administered for adolescents between the age of 6 to 18.

Administration

  1. Parent Interview without child                                1 session
  2. Parent takes Parent and Teacher Form
  3. Scoring                                                                          
  4. Report Writing                                                            
  5. Review of Results with parent                                  1 session

Post Separation Assessment: Impacts of Separation on Children

Age Group

Administered for kids between the age of 4 to 18.

Administration

  1. Interview with Parent without child                                 1 session
  2. Assessment with Child                                                    1 session
  3. Review of Assessment with parent without child            1 session

Pricing

Please contact us at 0410 261 838 to know about the pricing of the tests.

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