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About Our Educational Screener

The Concept

Our comprehensive online educational screening program is specifically designed for children aged 4-18 years. It is a simple, evidence-based questionnaire that screens for a variety of learning differences, including ADHD, ASD, giftedness, learning disabilities, central auditory processing disorder, dyspraxia, dysgraphia, neurodiversity, and more.

Currently, there is nothing remotely like this tool on the market. However, it’s important to remember that the questionnaire is not designed to provide a diagnosis. This process will ultimately provide you with a comprehensive review of your child’s learning profile and any potential learning differences they may have. With this data in hand, we can then guide you on the next positive steps to take, including what changes you can implement at home and who you can talk to to get your child back on their optimal learning path. Instead, it is intended to give parents and educators a “starting point” – a clear pathway to seeking a professional evaluation of their child’s needs.

Problems & Solutions

If a child is struggling at school or having difficulties learning, the sheer number of different causes and solutions to explore can easily overwhelm both teachers and parents. Moreover, the time and financial costs involved in getting a proper diagnosis will often allow too many children with learning differences to fall through the cracks.

Our screeners are intended to provide a cost-effective and comprehensive alternative to ping-ponging from “expert” to “expert.” Our evidence-based screening technology provides parents and teachers with an overview of their child’s learning abilities so that they can begin pursuing a more detailed diagnosis or learning support.

Why spend time and money on evaluation after evaluation just to risk getting a wrong diagnosis? Optimise your child’s educational potential with a simple, evidence-based tool that instantly screens for common learning differences like ADHD, ASD, giftedness, central auditory processing disorder, dyspraxia, dysgraphia, and more.

Take control of your child’s future by getting a more accurate view of what makes them a unique learner.

“gifted children display different characteristics in cognitive, linguistic, affective and psychomotor skills in comparison with other children”

Developmental characteristics of gifted children aged 0–6 years: parental observations

Ahmet Bildiren, Early Child Development and Care, 188(8), 175-192, 2018

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Endorsed by Experts and Leading Academics

Our screening tool was created with the help of some of Australia’s leading educational experts. It has subsequently been endorsed by academics from a wide range of backgrounds as an excellent way to identify, understand, and support childhood learning differences.

Through the establishment of its Advisory Committee, Edscreening has been able to partner with some of the world’s top researchers and academics to improve the education outcomes of children impacted by ADHD, Autism Spectrum, Specific Learning Disorders, giftedness, and more.

How Does it Work?

The questionnaire itself uses evidence-based, scientific methods to check for strengths, challenges and possible obstacles to learning. You simply answer the questions on behalf of your child, and Edscreening automatically performs a comprehensive examination across all potential learning issues. This allows us to identify everything from giftedness, Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to more specific learning difficulties related to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD & what was formerly known as Asperger’s Syndrome), dyslexia and more.

This process will ultimately provide you with a comprehensive review of your child’s learning profile and any potential learning differences they may have. With this data in hand, we can then guide you on the next positive steps to take, including what changes you can implement at home and who you can talk to to get your child back on their optimal learning path.