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Flowers on Wood


for ages 1-18 years-old

Short Wait Times

The Process

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Contact Me

Let's chat! Over the phone, we'll talk about your child's needs and the evaluation process to make sure it's a good fit. We'll also schedule the evaluation appointments, if you're ready.

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The Evaluation

There are 3 main parts to an evaluation: the intake, testing, and the results discussion. The intake is usually 1.5 hours. Testing varies by age and referral concern. Lastly, the results discussion is 1 hour.

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After testing, we'll talk through results and recommendations. This may happen the same day as testing or it may happen later. The written report will be sent to you 1-2 weeks after the results discussion. 


Child Model


Whether you've been curious about autism for a while or autism is new to you, I can help. I have years of experience diagnosing Autism Spectrum Disorder in children 1 to 16 years-old. I've walked with many families in their journey.

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IQ / Adaptive

The terms "IQ" and "adaptive functioning" may be new to you, and that's okay! This type of testing is often done so families can access certain services.

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Virtual Evals

​During the pandemic, providers across the country began to embrace virtual (also called "telehealth") evaluations for autism. I have extensive training and experience in virtual autism evaluations. 

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Autism Reevals

I specialize in reevaluations for children and teens diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. I recommend  reevaluation every 2 to 3 years. This is because children learn and grow so quickly that their initial evaluation report becomes outdated.

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