Transitioning to adulthood can be a challenging experience for students and their families. CCSN offers assessments for High School and Transition-Age students with ASD, Learning Disabilities, and other neurodevelopmental disorders to help students, their families, and their support team navigate the transition to adulthood.
Our team of clinicians collect information from both formal and informal assessments across the areas of student needs, strengths, preferences, and interests that can be used to develop a comprehensive transition plan.
Transition Assessments evaluate student functioning across several domains, including:
CCSN's clinical team will evaluate a student in school and vocational settings, as well as within our office, and gather information from important stakeholders.
Results are shared with the student and his or her family, school, and other service providers and are used to individualize transition plans and develop forward-focused recommendations.
Testing outcomes help the family and educational team make decisions about how to match a student with his or her potential environment and determine what supports will be necessary to optimize success and independence.
We offer comprehensive evaluations for individuals with suspected or confirmed autism spectrum disorders and other related neurodevelopmental disorders
Our therapists evaluate fine and sensorimotor skills and the impact that these skills have on self-care, daily living skills, academic participation, and general skill development
Our experts perform an on-site review of the effectiveness of the academic, social, behavioral, and adaptive programming that the student is receiving
Our therapists conduct a comprehensive assessment of your loved one's ability to understand and use language, identifying strengths, weaknesses, and remediation strategies