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Offline kirstin

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Aspen Institute assessment services for troubled teens
« on: April 22, 2010, 04:28:50 AM »
http://www.aspenassessment.com/diagnostic.html

Diagnostic & Assessment Services

Upon admission, all residents will be administered a "core" battery of diagnostic and assessment instruments and tools. At minimum, those will include:

1.Psychiatric Evaluation
2.Psychosocial Assessment
3.Family System Assessment
4.Health and Physical Assessment
5.Nutritional Screen Assessment
6.Self-Harm Screen Assessment
7.Psychological Evaluation (IQ, Achievement, Personality, and Projective)
8.Chemical Dependency Evaluation
9.Medication Evaluation
10.Recreational/Leisure Evaluation

Contingent on clinical indication, additional diagnostic or assessment tools will be utilized in the overall assessment of the resident. Those may include, but are not limited to the following:

1.Expanded Psychological Testing (Bender-Gestalt, Rorschach, etc.)
2.Neuro-Psychological Testing
3.Brain Mapping
4.Nutritional/Dietetic Evaluation
5.Educational Evaluation
6.Vocational Testing
7.Occupational Assessment
8.Neurological Evaluation
9.Assessment/Evaluation of Learning Disabilities (NLD, Dyslexia, etc.)
10.Speech and Language Assessments
11.Psycho-Sexual Risk Assessment
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Re: Aspen Institute assessment services for troubled teens
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2010, 06:05:04 AM »
I would be very careful about admitting my children to a facility owned by a company which obvious are in the need to get clients to the rest of their programs. I believe that such an assessment center should be run without influence from companies who will serve kids later, so their advice can be believed without doubt about whether the referral is done not based on the need of the client but rather on which facility lacks clients.

In the FamilyLight-thread we discuss this problem.
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