Attention Psychopedagogical includes evaluation and assessment of developmental and/or maturational difficulties and functional competencies, which presents the child/adolescent in order to develop a program of psychoeducational intervention impinging on improving its powers.
Psychoeducational care is offered in three areas:
- Evaluation and Assessment
- Program Psychoeducational intervention
- Educational reinforcement
EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT
The evaluation is done primarily through the instruments we hold dear: Systematics Observation Scales (EOS), Dimensional Method Cambrodí (MDC) and Instrument for Assessment of Basic Skills (IACoBá); but they can be supplemented by other standardized tests: psychological, educational, communication and language development and motor function.
The purpose of the evaluation is to detect both the competencies and skills that the subject is, as those who are initiated, but not consolidated that do not exist or are deficient. With the results psychopedagogical report facilitates the development of an individualized program is developed applied.
Monitoring and advanced control are carried out periodically.
The information obtained can be shared with other professionals involved in the educational process of the subject evaluated, allowing for coordination and optimization of resources.
PROGRAM PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION
Psychoeducational programs aim cognitive activation, focusing on the logical representative, potentiated and generalising combinatorial processes to improve intellectual skills of children and/or adolescents treated.
The processes involved will be taken into account in the representative dynamic basis for the development of language skills, as well as decentration and logical deductions, which are at the basis of development of logical-mathematical skills.
Support and educational support, assisted study techniques and study skills, aimed at primary and secondary students who need to improve their school and academic performance. All educational supports are served with psychoeducational approach and not merely school.