The importance of medical specialists in assessing and making a diagnosis
AEIOU considers it best-practice when paediatricians manage a final diagnosis. Our specialist team can connect you with a paediatrician if needed, or provide a complete clinical report for your preferred paediatrician to review and assess.
AEIOU’s clinical report can also be a useful resource to support children entering prep, or while at childcare and kindergarten if a parent or carer has questions relating to their development or needs.
What you’ll get as part of your AEIOU Assessment
- A full clinical report with scores
- This means you can start your application for funding, and this report will support you with new or existing therapies.
- Insight into your child’s skills, strengths and needs
- Connections to clinicians and support services if you need them
- Reduced delays as part of the diagnosis process
- A more affordable diagnostic process
Please note: Though AEIOU does not provide a diagnosis, a Standardised Autism Assessment provides necessary evidence for diagnosis to a clinician (e.g. paediatrician, psychiatrist, psychologist). They will consider the assessment and report as part of their diagnostic process.