Child Comprehensive Evaluation
This evaluation focuses on the child or adolescent’s psychological functioning, including their emotional, cognitive, and behavioral functioning. This evaluation may involve standardized psychological tests, behavioral observations, and clinical interviews to gather information about the individual's mental health and well-being.
The evaluation results can be used to diagnose mental health disorders and develop recommendations to support the client best. Educational testing is also provided for children with behavioral or academic concerns.
Parental Capacity Evaluation
A parental capacity evaluation is a comprehensive assessment of a parent's ability to provide for the basic needs and safety of their child. During a parental capacity evaluation, the clinician conducts a series of assessments, tests, and observations to evaluate the parent's abilities, attachment, trauma history, understanding of child development, and home environment.
The clinician will assess the parent's mental health status and any history of substance use, looking for potential barriers to effective parenting. Based on the results of the assessment, the evaluator will make recommendations regarding the parent's capacity to care for their child, as well as any recommendations for additional services or interventions that may be needed to support the parent in their parenting role.
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Types of Evaluations
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At this time, due to increased demand, all referrals
for RFS Evaluations will begin after February 2024.
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If requesting evaluations for more than one family member, please submit a separate referral form for each evaluation you would like to receive.