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“Something isn’t right with my child, and I’d like to talk with someone about it.”

We’ll talk about your child’s social, emotional, physical, and academic needs. Click on each category to see questions and topics that may be covered.

  • Is your child able to communicate his/her wants and needs?
  • Does your child speak or tend to point to things to communicate?
  • Is your child able to hold a conversation with friends?
  • Does he/she make eye contact?
  • Does your child talk with adults?
  • Is your child interested in other children?
  • Does your child prefer to be with parents/adults?
  • Does your child play together or separately when around other children?
  • How is your child doing in school?
  • Does your child have an IEP?
  • Do you feel like your child is behind other children his/her age?
  • Does your child participate in the classroom?
  • Does your child have trouble concentrating in school?
  • How does your child do taking tests?
  • Is he or she able to complete homework?
  • Is your child excited about school?
  • What health issues does your child have?
  • Does your child have allergies?
  • Is he or she frequently ill?
  • Does he or she have trouble eating, sleeping, or toileting?
  • Does your child have physical coordination issues?
  • Does your child have high or low energy?
  • Does your child show repetitive behaviors?
  • Does your child have big emotions or does it seem like they feel very little?
  • Does your child have trouble controlling his/her emotions? What does that look like?
  • Does your child have what you would call “temper tantrums”? If so, how long and how often do they occur both at home and in school?
  • Does your child get stuck on things and have a hard time moving on to something else?
  • Can you tell us about any other behavior concerns?
  • How does your child handle change or transitions?
  • Does your child have trouble separating from a parent or caregiver?

5 Things to Know

  • Allow 20 to 30 minutes for call
  • Have your insurance info ready
  • Arrange to have the call with Fraser in private
  • We have interpreters for all languages
  • We’ll guide you to the right experts