Outcomes Based Approach

An outcomes-based approach ensures that intervention has a clear goal and a measurable outcome. When we formally assess a child; the results are compared to normative data. Therapy is then tailored around the outcome of these results. After a period of time, we rescreen the child, to measure progress and identify how much the child’s development has improved. We share and celebrate all outcomes. The outcome and method of therapy, then helps us to shape the next block of intervention.