Developmental Testing is for children ages five and under. Testing is often recommended by a child’s pediatrician to understand how the child’s cognitive and emotional development is progressing. Developmental testing assesses your child’s development so you can build on strengths and provide the right support for areas of need. Test data are used to recommend effective interventions to help ensure the child can achieve his full potential (therapies, special education, behavioral support etc). Quality developmental testing is based on the latest research about how the brain develops in the early phases of life.
We have adapted our assessments during the pandemic to provide safe, valid testing, even for little ones! Please call us to discuss what options are right for your child.
We believe in highly personalized assessment conducted exclusively by a Licensed Psychologist with expertise in early childhood development. Your little one will never be passed off to a student or technician in our practice.
We accommodate children who have difficulty communicating verbally, difficulty with motor control, and sensory hypersensitivities so that every child can show their true abilities. We have both language-free and motor-free tests, so that every child can show his or her true abilities. We also offer ADOS testing, which is considered the “gold standard” for early childhood diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Most importantly, there is an art to making sure young children feel comfortable! In our practice, a skilled doctor works closely with your child at your child’s pace. We understand that making your child feel comfortable is the key to obtaining the best test results. That is why we would never trust your child’s testing to students or techs. Our psychologists also recognize the need to observe the child in the ‘real world,’ and include school and home observations whenever possible. Developmental testing is recommended for:
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Questions about developmental testing? You can reach Dr. Resnik at 301-581-1120, Option 2, or email firstname.lastname@example.org (please do not include private/personal information in your email).