A comprehensive evaluation for any developmental concern is available for children up to age 16 years. Our experienced psychologists provide comprehensive testing and reports. With diagnostic clarity and evidence-based recommendations, your report will be your roadmap for the coming years.
At Touchstone, we will evaluate your child and review whether medication is a useful and reasonable part of a treatment plan. We focus on the whole picture of a child when symptoms are interfering with safety, progress, or function. Consultation and care will match your child and family's needs.
Academic Evaluation & Consultation
Our team will assess and review your child’s current academic performance, previous school testing, conduct school observations, and provide detailed recommendations to meet your child’s learning needs
Individualized tutoring is available for children with reading delays and disabilities, including Dyslexia and is provided by Touchstone’s trained teachers. We use the Orton-Gillingham methodology, which is a multisensory, evidence-based phonics approach to reading instruction.
Psychotherapy & Parent Support
Psychotherapy and parent support are available for children and their caregivers. Families of children with developmental differences have experiences as varied as their children, with highs and lows, and everything in between. Our psychologist will partner with you to overcome challenges together.
Transition Care & Guardianship Evaluation
At Touchstone, our experienced staff will provide consultation on transition-related needs, as well as documentation necessary for guardianship.
for private school application
We understand that many private schools require a cognitive assessment using the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Fifth Edition (WISC-V) or Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence – 4th ed. (WPPSI-IV). Time frames can be short: we will work with your timeline!
Many families and children benefit from a consultation with a board certified behavior analyst. Visits generally focus on a specific behavior, such as toileting refusal, tantrums, mealtime struggles, or daily adaptive skills. At the first appointment, the Touchstone BCBA meets with parents alone to learn more about the behavior and determine a plan. Subsequent future appointments are determined as needed.