Coole Road, Multyfarnham,Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. N91 WC67
+353 44 9371680

Assessment Information

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Assessment Queries

Public via assessment of need HSE:
Website: Click Here

The following information are the private options that IAA are aware of:

  1. Adult and Child Therapy Centre.
    The Adult and Child Therapy Centre
    11 Sandyford Office Park
    Blackthorn Avenue – Sandyford – Dublin 18
    Across from Luas Station Sandyford
    Phone – 01 278 9516
    We are a team of multi-disciplinary professionals that include clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, speech and language therapists, and occupational therapists. We specialize in Autism Diagnoses and post diagnosis interventions.
    Click Here
  2. Psychological Society of Ireland,
    Floor 2, Grantham House,
    Grantham Street,
    Dublin 8 D08 W8HD
    Telephone:  01 472 0105
    Email: info@psihq.ie  
    Website: Click Here 
  3. Dr. Caroline Winstanley BSc. Ph.D. PGCR.
    Senior Speech and Language Therapist,
    Autism and learning disability specialist
    Dublin, Ireland.
    contact@carolinewinstanley.com  
    +353 (0) 1901 1698
    (answerphone – leave a message)
    6 Marine Terrace,
    Strand Road
    Bray
    Co. Wicklow
    Ireland
  4. Nua Healthcare
    Naas,
    Co. Kildare
    Phone 045 856592
    info@nuahealthcare.ie
    Website: Click Here
  5. Professor Micheal Fitzgerald,
    Medical Centre,
    Unit 3,
    Main St,
    Blanchardstown Village,
    Dublin 15
    Tel: 01 8211796 (Secretary)
    Call to arrange appointments from 12 – 3 pm Monday to Friday
    E-Mail: profmichaelfitzgerald@gmail.com
  6. The Insight Centre,
    11, The Stables Office Park,
    Strand Rd,
    Burrow,
    Portmarnock,
    Co. Dublin,
    Ireland
    Phone: 01 846 3894
    Email: info@theinsightcentre.ie

 

Click here to download pdf file for:
Autism Spectrum Disorders – Guidelines for the Assessment and Diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorders for children and adolescents (birth to 18 years 

For PDA diagnosis:

The Spectrum Centre Dungannon CO Tyrone..we diagnose PDA. Autism Consultant Psychologist Jo Douglas an Pauline Mc Kenna SLT..Paediatrician also available..  1e73be

Tel 00447787564600

For adult diagnosis
  • Adult and Child Therapy Centre. 
    The Adult and Child Therapy Centre
    11 Sandyford Office Park
    Blackthorn Avenue – Sandyford – Dublin 18
    Across from Luas Station Sandyford
    Phone – 01 278 9516
    Website: Click Here
    We are a team of multi-disciplinary professionals that include clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, speech and language therapists, and occupational therapists. We specialise in Autism Diagnoses and post diagnosis interventions.
  • Nua Healthcare,
    Naas,
    Co. Kildare
    Phone 045 856592
    info@nuahealthcare.ie
  • Dr Penny Rogers, B.S.c (Hons), D.Clin.Psych., DipCogTherapy, C. Psychol, 
    Consultant Clinical Psychologist
    MPCTS.
    Central Business Park,
    Clonminch,
    Tullamore,
    Co. Offaly
  • Psychological Society of Ireland,
    Floor 2, Grantham House,
    Grantham Street,
    Dublin 8 D08 W8HD
    Telephone:  01 472 0105
    Email: info@psihq.ie
    Web: http://www.psihq.ie 
  • Dr. Caroline Winstanley BSc. Ph.D. PGCR.
    Senior Speech and Language Therapist,
    Autism and learning disability specialist
    Dublin, Ireland.
    contact@carolinewinstanley.com
    +353 (0) 1901 1698
    (answerphone – leave a message)
    6 Marine Terrace,
    Strand Road
    Bray
    Co. Wicklow
    Ireland

Disclaimer – Irish Autism Action as a national information service for families affected by autism are circulating this item for information purposes only. Any follow up action by anybody in relation to this circulated information is entirely their own decision and they should not infer from our issue of the information that the content is being endorsed by Irish Autism Action.