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EdScreening FAQs

What is the purpose of the EdScreener?

The EdScreener (including its report) is not intended to diagnose, prevent, monitor, treat, or alleviate any disease or disorder, or to compensate for any injury or disability, or to investigate, replace or modify the anatomy or physiological process.

It is intended only as a learning tool to support individual’s potential learning differences that might impact their functioning at school.

We aim to assist with individual learning needs and to provide evidence-based strategies to support learning and wellbeing. Where ssues warranting additional investigation and intervention are possible, we recommend further assessment by a suitably qualified health care professional for diagnosis and more targeted supports.

How do you perform the screening?

The screening consists of a 20–30-minute online questionnaire that you can complete in your own time and at your own pace. You will be directed to answer a number of questions about the learner. An instant individualised report is then generated, which will help you to better understand your child’s unique learning needs and provide an easy, affordable and accessible way for families and educators to take the important first-step in supporting learners and providing guidance towards expert help if required.