The results of the diagnostic shed light on the current situation of the student's skills in the areas of behavior, communication, socialization and academic performance. The diagnostic process brings answers in a detailed and objective way.
This is important in order to not misdiagnose a child or adolescent who may actually have other difficulties at the root of their behavior. If this happens, our actions may not be efficient and the student would better be supported by another competence centre that could meet their needs more effectively.
Moreover, the outcomes of the specialized diagnostic officially indicate whether the student is eligible to benefit from the CDSE's assistance or not. It is designed to clarify and motivate a potential support system for the student by the CDSE if this is what the parents request.
CDSE measures may not be launched without the agreement of the parents/guardians. As parent/guardian, you maintain the authority to decide about the activities and orientations offered to your child. Any measure may be discontinued at any time at the request of the legal guardian of the child or adolescent.