School Support Services

KidsLink provides a variety of school support services that are available for both existing and new patients.

Educational Planning Meetings

Meet with a clinical or school psychologist to conduct a comprehensive review of your child's academic testing, explore potential areas of growth and program development, and receive tailored recommendations. Our experienced clinicians are also able to participate in Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings.

Specialized Tutoring

Tutoring is designed for children with learning disabilities, ADD or ADHD, and a variety of other neurologic diagnoses. For additional information, please contact our office. 

Specialized Educational Evaluations

A Specialized Education Evaluation is a comprehensive assessment of your child’s functioning across a variety of domains from clinicians, including psychologists and therapists. They are typically requested by parents who are looking for more detailed information about their child’s functioning. Please contact the office for additional information.

In-School Consultation

Our psychologists, therapists, and BCBAs are available for in-school observation and consultation regarding curriculum development, behavior management and other intervention planning.

Independent Educational Evaluations
Public Funded

An Independent Educational Evaluation is a comprehensive educational evaluation conducted by an independent third party outside of the school. An IEE is usually requested when the educational evaluation (ETR) conducted by the school does not appear to correctly or comprehensively identify the child’s issues. If parents are not satisfied with the testing done by the school, or feel that the IEP in place is not meeting the child’s needs they can request an IEE at the school’s expense.

School Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT)

School Registered Behavior Technicians will be thoroughly trained in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis and provide behavioral support for students requiring 1:1 care in the public-school environment. The behavioral team (which includes a Board Certified Behavior Analyst- BCBA, Licensed Professional Counselor, Intervention Specialist) analyzes environmental factors that may be inhibiting the student’s ability to access their curriculum and works with the student's support team to most productively achieve their goals. Our School Behavior Technicians receive ongoing training and supervision throughout the treatment by a licensed BCBA in accordance with the standards set forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) and applicable state laws. Our ultimate goal is to enable the student to achieve the greatest possible academic, social, and emotional success in their school environment while being mindful to fade behavior support as soon as possible. Effective ABA intervention is not a “one size fits all” approach and should never be viewed as a universal set of programs or drills. On the contrary, our multidisciplinary team customizes the intervention to each learner’s skills, needs, interests, developmental profile, preferences, and setting. Please contact the office for additional information.