During the initial appointment, parents will be asked to complete a consent form and a background information questionnaire asking detailed questions regarding your child’s family history, health, developmental stages, education, and overall concerns and goals you may have for their development. Preferably, the questionnaire will be filled out during the assessment time when your child will be with the testing clinician. However, if your child does not easily separate, parents are then asked to sit quietly in the evaluation room to assist in comforting your child. After the evaluation, your speech pathologist (SLP) will debrief the session and discuss any observational findings the clinician may have encountered. A formal written report containing standardized test results, percentile ranks, and age- equivalent levels will be generated within a 2-week time frame. Finally, a meeting will be held to discuss the test results and potential plan of care for your child. Please feel free to bring any referrals or previous reports along with you to the first session.