The complex's assessment and diagnosis service includes several important aspects. The evaluation process begins with an interview with the individual and his or her family members to gather comprehensive information about lifestyle, medical history, and developmental progress. Followed by the use of specialized assessment tools and tests to determine skills, academic achievement, and motor and functional abilities.
After completing the evaluation process, the results are analyzed and an accurate diagnosis is provided for each individual. Specific abilities and difficulties are clarified and individual needs are identified. Individuals and their families are directed to appropriate services and programs at the complex to meet their specific needs.
The evaluation and diagnosis service at the Candles of Hope Complex for Special Education and Rehabilitation relies on a specialized team of doctors and specialists in the field of evaluation and diagnosis. The team collaborates to ensure an accurate and comprehensive assessment of each individual. Psychosocial support is provided to individuals and their families during and after the evaluation process, which contributes to alleviating stress and providing the necessary assistance.
In short, the complex's assessment and diagnostic service plays a crucial role in identifying the needs of individuals with special needs and directing them to appropriate services. This service provides an opportunity to get the most out of treatment and rehabilitation, and enhances the quality of life for individuals and their families.