Jo Richardson

Educational profiles for all ages

Our educational assessments (to identify strength and weaknesses) are useful for all students – whether they are gifted, mainstream students or students in need or learning support and Individual Learning Plans.

CPCCF provide IQ testing and educational assessments and profiles for:

Pre-school aged children

Primary and secondary aged children

Adolescents in Year 11 and 12

College, TAFE and University students

Adults who need to have an IQ or educational assessment

These assessments can inform Individual Learning Plans (ILP) and recommend provisions specific to the individual which may include allowing for extra time to complete exams, or allowing the student to use a laptop.

Our Tests

We have a comprehensive range of IQ, cognitive, learning and developmental assessment tests, many of which can be conducted using the latest secure i-Pad testing platforms:

 Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence (WPPSI-IV)

  • IQ test for ages 2 years 6 months to 7 years

Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Fifth Edition – (WISC-V)

  • IQ test for children aged 6 to 16 years

Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale – (WAIS-IV)

  • IQ test for ages 17 years and over

Wechsler Individual Achievement Test  – (WIAT-III)

  • Assesses literacy, mathematics, and written and oral language skills

Wechsler Nonverbal Scale of Ability (WNV)

The WNV is a nonverbal measure of ability designed for culturally and linguistically diverse groups .The WNV is ideal as a nonverbal measure of ability for individuals who have other language considerations. The WNV is suitable for:
  • Individuals from diverse backgrounds
  • English language learners (e.g. migrants, refugees & remote indigenous groups)
  • Hard of hearing or individuals that are deaf
  • Gifted individuals from culturally and linguistically diverse populations
  • Individuals with language difficulties or disorders, and individuals from multiple language backgrounds
  • Some individuals with Autistic Disorders


  • Is a comprehensive instrument designed to assess neuropsychological development in preschool and school-aged children. The NEPSY-II is also used in learning assessments to assess auditory attention and executive functioning abilities. 

Adaptive Behaviour Assessment System III (ABAS-III)

  • The ABAS-III is an assessment of adaptive skills functioning, assisting clinicians in determining how well an individual is responding to daily demands from the environment in a range of conceptual, social and practical areas. It is especially useful for evaluating people with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disability, learning disabilities, neuropsychological disorders, and sensory or physical impairments. The ABAS is used as a component of assessment to determine eligibility for the NDIS and for applications for school funding for children with additional needs.


In order to apply for additional funding to assist your child in the school environment you will require:

  • An assessment and diagnosis from a Psychologist
  • The ABAS III to be completed by the Psychologist, and a SCAN meeting with your child’s school – with your child’s diagnostic report and ABAS III results – so funding approval can be applied for.