We're here to help. If you are unsure about what kind of evaluation would be most beneficial, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with one of our clinical assistants.
For any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-998-2244.
Yes. Since all our assessments involve a physician, they require an initial referral from a medical doctor. If you don’t have a referring doctor, please let our staff know. We can assist you in connecting with a primary care physician to see what assessment might be needed, and, if necessary, making a referral.
At All Brains, we work closely with your own doctor to access expertise and post-assessment follow-up and support. Once the assessment is complete, your multi-expert team at All Brains, including the physician, will send a full report to the doctor in the community who referred you or your child for the assessment. Your community doctor will assist you in starting the Treatment Plan recommended by our experts. The doctor on your All Brains Assessment Team is available to consult with your regular doctor if any questions or concerns arise.
Almost all of our assessments can be conducted via secure video chat, and this
includes testing for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and learning
disabilities. The only exception is Autism assessment which requires at least one
session of in-person meeting.
We were offering medical consultations, therapies, and most assessments through secure video sessions, way before COVID-19. All of our medical practitioners and allied health specialists, such as psychologists, social workers, and speech-language pathologists, are licensed to offer services throughout British Columbia. We will keep providing assessments, therapies, and medical services via secure video to people and families across the province. The strategic use of Telehealth not only reduces unnecessary travel time, but also provides individuals and families from all over the province with access to the best possible diagnostics and treatment options.
The cost will vary depending on the specific assessment you need. If service costs are
not listed on the assessment pages, please contact our Team at
email@example.com or call 604-998-2244 for more information.
We accept Variety Club and Jordan’s Principle payment options, and our services are eligible for partial or full reimbursement by most insurance policies.
It’s never too late to get help! We see people of ALL ages. We evaluate children as
young as one year old and adults of any age for a wide range of neurodevelopmental
and psychiatric disorders, including but not limited to attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). And when we say adults, we
don’t mean just young adults. We see 30 and 40-year-olds who reflect on a lifelong of
social struggles and wonder if they might be on the spectrum. We see 50 and 60
year-olds who are questioning whether they have ADD or ADHD for the very first time.
Many adults seek out our general diagnostic assessment to learn more about the state
of their mental health. All the adults we work with are striving for better outcomes,
believing it is never too late for new beginnings and a fresh outlook!
We offer different services for different ages. Speak with our team about what services may be right for you. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-998-2244.
At All Brains, we are autism experts and we provide autism assessment for all ages;
from toddlers to adults. For very young children (under 5), we also offer early language
and social development assessment, which could serve as a screener for several early
social developmental concerns, including autism.
Similar to every assessment package at All Brains, we provide a multi-disciplinary assessment to look not only for autism but also other potential coexisting conditions that might be hindering your child’s development. This includes comprehensive toddler/perschooler mental health assessment, speech and language assessment and cognitive assessment. Our autism assessment package also includes post-assessment support to help you find the best resources for yourself and your child.
You may find more information about our comprehensive autism assessment package here. Please email us at email@example.com or call 604-998-2244 if you require more information.
Yes, the evaluation used to identify brain-based learning difficulties is known as
psychoeducational testing. Typically, when parents or schools request a
psychoeducational assessment, they want to know if a learning disability can explain
difficulties in reading, writing, or math. According to scientific research, however,
learning difficulties are frequently accompanied by other difficulties, such as attention
issues, anxiety, etc. We provide complimentary assessments for those other potential
co-occurring issues in addition to the psychoeducational assessments because we do
not want to miss any obstacles that may restrict learning. At All Brains, a
multi-disciplinary team of experts, including psychologists and medical doctors,
conducts a full battery of psychoeducational testing, as well as an evaluation for
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as an evaluation of mental health
and social functioning.
You may find more information about our in-depth psychoeducational assessment here. Also, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (604)998-2244 to learn more about our services.
Our General Diagnostic Assessment provides a thorough evaluation to help you identify and understand your or your loved one’s state of mental health. It involves a range of activities and tools to gather information about your or your child’s psychological, emotional, and behavioral functioning. These include interviews with you, your child and their family members, self-report measures, and standardized assessments. Similar to every assessment at All Brains, General Diagnostic Assessment is a multi-disciplinary team approach which includes a thorough review of the patient's medical and mental health history and the use of various assessment tools to gather information about the patient's symptoms and functioning. The goal of a comprehensive diagnostic assessment is to accurately identify any mental health conditions the individual may be experiencing and to determine the best course of treatment.
We know all too well that having multiple difficulties (i.e. attention, learning, or mental health) is the norm rather than the exception in psychiatry. That is why at All Brains, every assessment involves a multi-disciplinary team of experts. Our medical and psychology experts are involved in the team assessment, which includes clinical interviews, report card reviews, and direct testing. Given that the assessment is so comprehensive, we are able to make diagnoses like ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, and related issues such as anxiety and other general mental health disorders. Once any diagnoses have been made, you will meet with the doctor on the assessment team to explore medical treatment options. You will discuss additional treatments with an expert from psychology in a separate feedback session.