Your child’s mind can seem like an unsolvable riddle. But it’s one you can understand even if no-one has been able to help until now.
understand • guide • thrive
“The screening helped explain some of our neurodivergent son’s behaviors, gave us great information to share with his teachers, and has enabled us to help him do much better at school.”
Mitra Gusheh, Social Impact Practitioner
EdScreening takes a comprehensive approach to evaluating and identifying your child’s unique learning abilities. That’s why our assessment tool effectively screens for common disorder / disabilities / neurodiversities such as:
After submitting your questionnaire you will quickly receive an individualised report on your child’s educational needs,strengths, challenges / disorders / neurodiversity. This allows you to immediately start them on a new educational path! To aid you and your child’s teachers, we provide tailored recommendations, as well as a list of professionals and educators you can contact for support.
“We spent years taking our daughter to speech pathologists and other specialists trying to find solutions to learning difficulties. Thousands of dollars later, we had made no progress. One teacher marked her as being ‘low intelligence’
By chance, we came across Dr. Geraldine Townend and her team at UNSW, who helped us in the process of diagnosing as ‘Twice Exceptionality.’ We found out that our daughter was of high intelligence but with learning issues around spelling that gave her high anxiety.
They provided us with simple, teacher-friendly strategies that were quick and easy to implement. Within three months, our daughter went from the bottom of the class to thriving and getting great results!
It was such a relief for us to have the proper support and strategies offered and see our daughter happily learning again.”
The EdScreening assessment was created with the help of some of the world’s top educational researchers. In mere minutes, parents and teachers are provided with a comprehensive view of your child’s learning needs as well as a customised set of strategies to help them thrive.
EdScreening acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.