Developmental delay

Paediatric assessment

In many cases, developmental problems have an underlying medical condition and it is important that your child is seen by a Paediatrician. The paediatrician will review your concerns, assess your child’s development and examine and discuss the findings and the outcome of the assessment.

Following the medical assessment, you will receive a comprehensive report with recommendations. The Paediatrician may recommend checking your child’s hearing or vision, arranging some blood tests f.e. for genetic testing. If a paediatrician identifies that your child has unmet needs you will be provided with the Assessment Plan. We advised that you discuss the assessment plan with your GP or other professionals involved in your child’s care or alternatively you can book it directly with Early Assessment privately.

What to expect

In some cases developmental problems have an underlying medical condition and it is important that your child sees a Paediatrician. The paediatrician will review your concerns, assess your child’s development and examine and discuss findings and outcome of the assessment.
Following the medical assessment you will receive a comprehensive report with recommendations and assessment plan, in case when paediatrician identifies that your child has unmet needs. The Paediatrician may recommend checking your child’s hearing or vision, arranging some blood tests f.e. for genetic testing.

You can discuss the assessment plan with your GP, other professionals involved in your child’s care or book it directly with Early Assessment Paediatric Practice as a private assessment.
We offer Paediatric assessment to children from 1 month to 18 years of age.

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Specialist Developmental assessment

Its aim is to assess in depth your child’s development. We offer Griffiths developmental assessment.

What to expect

Its aim is to assess in depth your child’s development. Different tools might be used like Griffiths developmental assessment or Bailey developmental assessment.
We offer Griffiths Developmental Assessment for children from 1 month to 5 years of age.