CLEAR Child's Key Areas
Your child's innate skills in understanding, reasoning, and problem solving. Consider how quickly your child processes information and engages in solving new problems.
Your child's speech, language, and social communication abilities. Think about your child's ability to say what they want to say and to understand what others are saying.
Your child's ease or challenge in picking up new information at school. Learning challenges can impact academic performance in various subjects.
Your child's social skill development. Consider whether your child's social skills get in the way of making friends and getting along with others.
Your child's ability to pay attention and focus, both at home and at school.
Moving & Sensing
Your child's sensory processing and motor development.
Your child's ease or challenge in using daily life skills, such as hygiene or communicating their needs. You may have a concern here if your child often acts immature for their age.
Your child's memory in general as well as for specific categories, such as names, faces, or information learned in school.
Your child's thinking skills, such as organizing, planning, initiating tasks, self-monitoring, and flexibility in problem-solving.
Your child's emotional well-being. All children experience some level of sadness and anxiety in life. Consider whether these symptoms impact daily functioning.
Your child's response to the environment through behavior. These responses may be learned and shaped and can be influenced by emotional factors.