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Question: How can I ensure the best assessment results for my child? Answer: Preparing for an assessment and being an advocate for your child are the two most important things you can do to ensure optimal test results. Here are a few specific pointers: > Both parents should attend any meetings or screening exams, if possible. You may have different information or ideas to contribute, and you can compare notes later to make sure you understand everything that took place. Make sure your child is healthy and comfortable during testing. A child who is scared, or has a cold or ear infection, for example, won't perform at his best. Be prepared for any questions the development specialists may ask. Our worksheet of common questions can tell you what information you should have at hand. Print and fill it out before the exam and youll get the most out of that first visit. Ask for a written report at the conclusion of the assessment. And ask questions about anything you don t understand. Get a second opinion before starting an intervention program. Treatment can be costly, time consuming, and emotionally draining for you and your child. Before you commit to it, make sure you have a rock-solid diagnosis. Have your child reassessed periodically. Children grow and develop so rapidly and at such different rates, its important to reevaluate them regularly. Your child may outgrow a delay or develop new ones. Continued monitoring will catch any changes.