0 to 5 years
WPS provides a range of tools to assess emerging language skills, functional abilities, and adaptive behavior that assist in the detection of developmental delay in early childhood. Early assessment is the key to early intervention, enabling unlocking potential for the child’s progress.
6 to 12 years
WPS assessments help identify the rapid cognitive, social, and emotional development that occurs during the elementary school years, enabling educators and clinicians to unlock student potential.
13 to 18 years
As identity, independence, and peer relationships become increasingly important during adolescence, tests may shed light on these and other factors that affect teens
19 years and up
Assessments for adults with psychological difficulties, neurological problems, cognitive decline, and more are provided by WPS. From addictions to depression through to memory difficulties and personality disorders, the full range of problems that adults may experience is addressed.