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Learning & Cognitive Assessment

IQ and cognitive assessment for children and adolescents using a strength based, positive psychology approach. 

I Learn for Life provides cognitive, IQ assessment and support for children and teenagers, their parents and educators. We adopt a strength-focused, neuropsychological approach to help identify, assess and support young people to overcome their challenges and navigate a positive path forward.

Rosie is a Psychologist and Educational Consultant with a Masters Degree in Learning Science and Technology (2017).

 

Since 2010 has combined formal and informal, learning and cognitive assessment to help children, and teenagers develop the skills to learn for life, overcoming the obstacles that get in the way of developing a confident learning identity.  

Rosie adopts a holistic approach to identify learning challenges and help develop learning capacity in individuals. This includes cognitive and IQ assessment such as the WPPSI-IV as well as informal learning styles assessments.

 

Rosie works out of rooms in Brisbane (Ashgrove @ Arbre and Kenmore @ It Takes a Village). She also facilitates online and in the classroom for adolescent/parent and educator groups.

 

  Learn more about Rosie here

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Contact Me

info@ilearnforlife.org  |  Tel: 0406-348-443

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Please be assured your contact details and information will remain confidential and not be shared with anyone outside I Learn for Life unless your consent is provided.   

Thanks for getting in touch! I will follow up as soon as I can. Please be aware that I am on maternity leave until June 2022. However, I will still make contact with you regarding your enquiry. 

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