Skills for Autism CARD Skills Elearning

Leading the Way in the Successful Treatment of Autism
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) is one of the world's largest organizations using applied behavior analysis (ABA) in the treatment of autism spectrum disorder.
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6330 Variel Ave. Suite 102
Woodland Hills, CA 91367

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New inquiries: (855) 345-2273
Phone: (818) 657-1100
Fax: (888) 818-1129
Email: info@centerforautism.com

THE FIRST STEP IS KNOWING.

The CARD Assessment Center provides developmental assessments and consultations for
children, adolescents, and young adults.


Developmental evaluations provide useful diagnostic and prognostic information for a wide variety of suspected and confirmed neurological and psychiatric disorders. When indicated, that information can then be used to develop tailored treatment programs. Through standardized tests and procedures, developmental assessments are used to evaluate many areas of functioning. They can test intelligence (e.g., IQ) and achievement, as well as areas of functioning that impact performance in school, relationships with family and friends, and behaviors in the home and community.


WHY GET AN EVALUATION?

One of the most common reasons to get an evaluation is that someone is experiencing difficulty in one or more areas of functioning (e.g., school, peers, work). Typically, assessments are administered to diagnose or rule out developmental disabilities or to establish a baseline of the client’s functioning. Once a baseline has been established, intervention programs can be designed.


Assessments may be necessary to identify:
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Intellectual giftedness
  • Memory disorders
  • Language disorders
  • Learning disabilities
  • Attention deficit disorder
 

 

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