Neurodiversity Affirming Assessment with Kids

Intake, Testing, Report Writing, & Feedback

Coming Friday, October 4, 2024

Shift your lens.  Transform your practice.  Empower families!

Join us!

 Date: Friday, October 4th, 2024

Location: Zoom

Time: 9am – 12pm PST

CEs: 3 APA-approved CEs

Cost: $99

Over the past few years, the concept of neurodiversity has become critical for how we think about neurodevelopmental diagnoses.  However, there is still a significant disconnect between our evolving understanding of neurodiversity and the way we communicate with families, assess children, and write our reports.  

Building on the APA guidelines for addressing cultural diversity, this talk will introduce tools and strategies for incorporating responsive practices for neurodiverse children and their families, considering a variety of diagnostic profiles.

You will learn how to incorporate neurodiversity-affirming practices into your:

  • Intake Sessions
  • Testing
  • Report Writing, and
  • Feedback Sessions

Looking forward to seeing you there!


Participants will be able to:

  • Name specific, neurodiversity-responsive strategies to engage families as authentic collaborators in the assessment process.
  • Create real-world examples and relatable metaphors for explaining testing results to families and children.
  • Practice writing neurodiversity-affirming report summaries.

Cost & Refund Policy


A recording will be available to all those unable to attend live.  If you would like to cancel your registration, please contact us at no later than 1 week in advance of the live workshop for a full refund.  Refunds will be granted for recordings only if there is an error on our end and you are not able to view the course.

Presented by Dr. Liz Angoff

Liz Angoff, Ph.D., is a Licensed Educational Psychologist with a Diplomate in School Neuropsychology, providing assessment and consultation services to children and their families in the Bay Area, CA.  She is the author of the Brain Building Books, tools for engaging children in understanding their learning and developmental differences as part of the assessment process.

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