The Children’s Clinic at Capitol School of Austin offers one-stop evaluation and therapy services for children with developmental differences. Many families who are just becoming aware that their child might have developmental difficulties struggle to find a place to begin the diagnostic process. Further, they find it challenging to identify a clear path to follow after that process has begun. The Children’s Clinic is a community resource where everything you need to diagnose and treat a child with developmental difficulties is in one central location.
Developmental differences are likely to have an effect on your child’s social skills, behavior and academic success. The earlier a child’s developmental difficulties are identified and treated, the less likely it is that those problems persist or worsen. A comprehensive evaluation is the first step to remediating such problems.
Early intervention can help children be more successful with peer relationships, managing their behavior and overall communication, as well as, reading, writing and other academic tasks.
One-stop evaluation, diagnosis, and therapy
Collaborative assessments from a multi-disciplinary team of evaluation specialists, as well as individual assessments for Speech/Language or Occupational Therapy
Evaluation specialists include:
Licensed Speech-language Pathologists
Licensed Occupational Therapists
Licensed Music Therapists
Licensed Academic Language Therapists (reading)
The therapist will make fundamental treatment recommendations and consult with parents.
If recommended treatment is not offered on-site then assistance will be provided in finding alternative accommodations.
CSA has been a leader in meeting the needs of children with learning differences for 27 years
Mieke Weger, M.A., CCC-SLP
Mandy Crombie, M.A., CCC-SLP
Sue Ann Kenmotsu, OTR
Lara Davidson, CALP
To discuss the evaluation process or to schedule an evaluation or individual therapy, please contact us at: 512.467.7006
Payment is due at the time of the evaluation. Parents will be provided a written receipt in order to file an insurance claim. The Children's Clinic at Capitol School of Austin does not file insurance claims.