StepOne For Parents - The Clinical Screening Report
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For Children age 12 to 17 years old.
Includes a 16+ page report on
your child including evaluation, and treatment and
You will be given an opportunity to
obtain the intervention report after you complete the clinical screening
The clinical screening report provides a
detailed analysis based on your child's profile. Reponses to over 500 questions
are processed, generating a report that includes the following
- Identifying information
- Presenting problems
- Current Critical Problems
- A Score Profile Summary with a description of results
- Screening for Broad Mental Health Problems and
description of results
- Summary and Initial Options
- Child Feedback
This Clinical Screening Report provides a reliable
of teens by
organizing and analyzing the reported history, observations and opinions of a child's behavior. This report provides a reliable screening for
common psychological and behavioral problems. This report can be given to
your counselor, social worker, psychologist or physician.
The results of your questionnaire are based entirely on information and
data supplied by the person completing the questionnaires. The usefulness
of the report is therefore dependent on the accuracy of the information
entered to the questionnaire. Please take your time and answer every
question carefully and to the best of your knowledge. Results are based on
The Clinical Screening Report is a tool for parents,
appropriate family members and care-givers who want to screen a child's
behavior and compare the screening results to other children. The
Clinical Screening Report is designed to identify problems and help guide you in
your next steps.
This report is for screening purposes only. This report is designed to
help parents and caregivers identify potential problems in general terms.
This report is not a professional evaluation or assessment. It does not diagnose children or rule out medical problems. This
report should not be used to rule out the risk of dangerous, self-harming
or suicidal behavior. Further evaluation is essential especially when problems are
identified. The Clinical Screening Report should be reviewed with you by a
qualified health care professional.
InCrisis screening and
services provided by InCrisis are for children age 12 to 17 year. InCrisis
services should not be used if the child suffers from any of the following:
Severe physical handicaps, including but not limited to
the following: blindness, paralysis, loss of limb, deaf...
Mental neurological problems including but not limited to
the following: mental retardation, Autism, Aspergers, other developmental
disorders, brain damage...
Significant physical defects, including but not limited to
the following: missing limb, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy...
Severe medical problems including but not limited to the
following: diabetes, cancer, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, seizures,
aides, internal organ damage or defects...
A medical condition requiring frequent or continuous
InCrisis services should not be used if
child has been in a residential program, detention or in a controlled
environment over the past 4 weeks for more than 2 days.
The user has a reading disorder
English is the user's second language and he or she has any difficulty reading or understanding
The user has not interacted with
and observed this child for at least 4 weeks
The user does not know this child or this
The child require frequent or continuous medical
(1) InCrisis does not provide evaluation,
assessment, treatment, diagnostic or emergency services. InCrisis
believes that these services should be
provided during a face-to-face meeting with a qualified health care
professional of your choosing.