Screening tests are crucial in early identification of  any risk factors that may interfere with expected growth, learning, and development. These tests will help you understand if you or your family member needs further diagnosis, assessment, and treatment.

Speech and Language Screener

Speech and language delays can be identified as early as one year of age. Take this test to check if your child has a speech delay and will benefit from Speech Language Therapy.

Occupational Therapy Screener

Occupational Therapy helps kids play, improve their school performance and aids in their daily activities. Take this test to check if your child needs Occupational Therapy.

Special Education Screener

Some children benefit from specialised teaching to overcome academic challenges. Take this test to check if your child will benefit from Special Education classes.

Voice Disorder Screener

Take this test to identify if you have a voice disorder and will Voice therapy help you.

Swallowing Disorder Screener

Many disorders are accompanied by swallowing difficulties. Take this test to check if you will need Swallowing Therapy.

Adult Aphasia Screener

Aphasia is loss of language due to brain damage. Take this test to check if your loved one will benefit from Aphasia treatment.

FAQs

Screening tests help identify the need for further detailed assessment. Assessment and evaluation of any difficulty using standard clinical tools is the cornerstone step of treatment. These tests have simple yes/no questions. You should answer the questions as honestly as possible to ensure correct results. The earlier we identify the difficulty, the quicker we are able to offer a solution.
These are quick tests with instant results. These tests have been developed by our experts and have been validated over years of experience of working with people with communication disorders. These tools are safe and the results that you obtain here are not shared with anyone.
Screening Tests and Detailed clinical assessments are different. A screening test is usually  has two steps. The aim of the first step is to look for signs of the disorder. The results of a screening test are considered to be “positive” if signs of the disorder are found, and ”negative” if no signs of the disease are found. After a screening test, you can be referred for a detailed assessment if signs are positive. In a detailed assessment, the expert uses a clinical interview method using standardised tests and questionnaires in order to know the presenting clinical condition. These standardised tools are disorder specific and many a times are language specific. In the course of clinical assessment, you can have many queries and hence it is important to note that the answer to all your questions would be given by the expert at the end of the session.

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Assessment is the first step in treatment

NOTE

  • Assessment is an ongoing process.
  • Have faith in your expert's vision of your treatment.
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Screening tests have their own value and should be considered before detailed assessments.

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