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    do you know how much it costs to have a child tested?

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    I got mine done for free through the local uni. My pead referred us.

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    I presume for your DS? The school should do it, shouldn't they? As a part of funding applications?

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    What state are you in?

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    they wouldnt with ds#1 for some reason. hmm. and told me they want one done for ds#2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekychook View Post
    I presume for your DS? The school should do it, shouldn't they? As a part of funding applications?
    They generally only do them if it's likely to have an outcome where the child gets funding eg if there's a clear indication of an intellectual disability for instance.

    Uni psychology clinics will do them for cheap.

    A private psych would cost you anywhere around $600 to $1000 roughly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Boogaloo View Post
    They generally only do them if it's likely to have an outcome where the child gets funding eg if there's a clear indication of an intellectual disability for instance.

    Uni psychology clinics will do them for cheap.

    A private psych would cost you anywhere around $600 to $1000 roughly.

    my ds has autism and a language disorder so he should qualify for funding (by golly he will need it) so does this mean the school should do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    my ds has autism and a language disorder so he should qualify for funding (by golly he will need it) so does this mean the school should do it?
    In vic, yes. A school psychologist would be able to do it. Not sure about nsw, different rules.

    Eta: ask the school, it's in their best interest to get funding, hopefully they should be helpful.

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    Not sure about the system in NSW but I would think the school would have access to testing for the purposes of getting funding to support your son. Ask them to arrange it or call your regional Education Department office for info.

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