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Neurodevelopmental evaluation (ages 3-5)

A neurodevelopmental evaluation is a specialized assessment of toddlers and preschool aged children, with a wide range of developmental, behavioral, emotional, and learning difficulties. The evaluation integrates information from a wide variety of sources to determine how the child is progressing in several areas of development, including cognitive, pre-academic skills, language, motor, attention, behavior, social, and play skills. The comprehensive nature of such an evaluation enables more accurate diagnosis, determining areas of strength and weakness, and the need for developmental and neurological interventions, including more accurate planning for early intervention and school services and individualized education programs (IEPs).