About Project SKIP
Project SKIP is a practical, inexpensive process for screening children as young as two years for developmental delays and cognitive and mental health concerns – including autism spectrum disorders.
Through its multi-layered approach, SKIP screens more comprehensively for issues, identifies why difficulties may be occurring, and provides the framework for designing effective, research-based interventions. Read More
Why Screen with SKIP?
- Screens for WHY a child is having difficulties
- Screens for cognitive, behavioral, developmental, as well as academic issues
- Motivated by federal calls for universal screening for mental health concerns
- Helps to meet federal Response to Intervention mandates and No Child Left Behind standards
- Uses scientifically validated instruments to design research-based classroom interventions
- Supports more in-depth assessment through cognitive screening directly with the child
- Provides options and a framework for IEP consultation and planning
Project SKIP is an easy and affordable way to identify and alert families and homeschoolers to any signs of academic, behavioral, developmental, and emotional issues that interfere with a child's learning and development.Learn More
Project SKIP responds to a school’s need for scientifically-based, comprehensive screening that can be administered economically and efficiently.Learn More