FAQ about Psychoeducational Assessments and ADHD Assessments
Are your services covered by OHIP?
No, psychological services are not covered by OHIP and are paid by the client. However, often a person's workplace has coverage through their benefit plan (third party insurance). Please check with your benefit plan to review your own coverage. We do accept Visa, Mastercard, and etransfer. We break down the payment into two installments.
I called the office but I only got the answering machine. When will you call me back?
Sorry to have missed your call. We will call you back promptly, usually the same business day. If you called after 4:00 or on the weekend, your call will be returned the next business day. Generally, the testing is completed Monday - Friday., on site at the office. Intake and feedback appointments with Dr. McCabe are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. They are done through video conference.
I am more comfortable with email. Can I email instead of calling?
Certainly, you can email our Office Manager, Cheryl, at [email protected].
My child's school has recommended a psychoeducational assessment but I don't know the next steps.
Please call us, 519-880-2178. Our office manager, Cheryl, will be able to answer many of your questions and help you set up the appointments.
Why don't you test after school?
The testing can be tiring for children and we want them to be able to work to their fullest potential while they are here. Our experience over the years indicates that testing after school it too hard for children.
It seems to take a long time to do the assessment, why?
This is an important process that involves multiple appointments that can not be done in one or two weeks along with review of material. It may be necessary for a secondary interview to clarify information or additional unexpected testing. The quality of the report is worth the wait.
Do you do assessments for Adult ADHD?
Many adults have assessments for ADHD. Often as children, their symptoms are missed or dismissed, but as adults they realize that their peers do not have the same struggles that they experience.