Is your child struggling academically? Is he acting out at home or school? Does she have trouble making and keeping friends? Your child may have a hemispheric imbalance which is at the root of his or her issues.  Try our Online Assessment tool to provide some insight into your child’s functional strengths and weaknesses.*

Please select each statement that applies to your child.

  • Child has poor gross motor skills (may have had difficulty learning to ride a bike or learning to skip).

  • Student exhibits difficulty remaining seated for meals.

  • Child doesn’t like to touch things with their hands.

  • Does not derive pleasure from eating, or may hate eating and not particular to sweets

  • Child has difficulty expressing emotions

  • Child seems to be tense and doesn’t appear to be happy often.

  • Child is argumentative (oppositional behavior). Child tends to be uncooperative, tendency to say no.

  • Child has difficulty forming friendships. Other children do not call the house to play.

  • Student is very analytical (processes ideas sequentially, step by step).

  • Talks “in-your-face” (space invader).

  • The child’s behavior is very erratic: good one day, bad the next.

  • Child craves certain foods, especially dairy and wheat products.

  • Child has fine motor problems (poor or slow handwriting).

  • Child has difficulty getting dressed independently.

  • Poor auditory processing

  • Student lacks motivation especially in regards to school and homework but not for things they enjoy.

  • Student is withdrawn and shy with people they don’t know.

  • Child feels as if he is stupid or has poor self-esteem.

  • Child hates doing homework.

  • Child appears to be prepared for test, yet tests poorly.

  • Child needs to hear or see concepts many times in order to learn them.

  • Child has difficulty pronouncing words (poor with phonics).

  • Child tends to exhibit task avoidance especially with academics

  • Catches colds frequently


*This online assessment is neither a comprehensive assessment nor a diagnostic tool.  It merely provides directional information to serve as a starting point for helping your child.