The Stewart Center at The Westview School is a full-service psychology clinic staffed by highly-experienced professionals with specialized training in autism spectrum disorder. The Stewart Center serves children, adolescents and their families both from Westview and from the community. You do not have to be a student at The Westview School to receive services at The Stewart Center.
As part of the mission of The Stewart Center to be a center for early intervention, our staff receives specialized training in the early detection of developmental disorders. From birth to at least 36 months of age, every child should be screened for developmental milestones during routine well-child visits at their pediatrician’s office. When such a screening raises concerns, The Stewart Center can complete further evaluation, make diagnoses when appropriate and help families initiate early intervention.
The Stewart Center also works with children and adolescents with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety disorders, mood disorders, behavioral disorders, learning disabilities, language disorders, trauma and stress-related disorders and adoption-related problems.
Why The Stewart Center?
The staff at the Stewart Center are sensitive to the needs of children with autism spectrum disorder and their families. They are very familiar with the ways autism spectrum disorder can introduce unique challenges for students as learners. The Stewart Center offers assessments with reasonable costs for thorough, comprehensive reports. These reports include summaries of all testing performed, interpretation of results, and recommendations for continued success in school and in life.
Does my child need an assessment?
As students grow and change, so do their needs. To be sure that intervention plans address these needs, the public school system, as well as nearly all private schools, require students with special needs to have “current” evaluations updated every three years. Psychological-Educational assessments help in developing appropriate educational objectives, modifications and supports to help the student achieve those objectives. Further, some students may have academic, behavioral or developmental problems that have not been fully identified. The Stewart Center offers developmental and psychological evaluations that can determine whether a student has a previously undiagnosed problem such as autism spectrum disorder, anxiety, depression, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder or a learning disability that could be affecting their functioning.
How do I get started?
To initiate an evaluation at The Stewart Center or receive information about services, simply leave a voicemail at (713) 973-1842 with your contact information or email email@example.com. You will be contacted to schedule an appointment as soon as possible. If you are unsure what might be needed, call us, and our team can help! Screeners and information can be provided at no cost. Please note that all services are billed separately from tuition.
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