SKIP I Pricing
There are different pricing options available for SKIP I, based on who purchases the assessments. For example, parents may complete an assessment independently and then invite a teacher or other adult to participate. Or a school system may contract with Project SKIP to provide assessments for multiple students and then provide parents with access codes that allow the screenings to be performed at no charge. Clinician practices may also contract with Project SKIP to provide assessments on behalf of their patients or clients or simply recommend SKIP I to their patients or clients.
Pricing for Families
Individual parents register online to complete the SKIP I assessments on behalf of their child or children.
Credits are purchased to perform the assessments. Each credit costs $20 and is payable via Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. One credit is needed for each parent assessment performed on each child, and an additional credit is needed if a parent wishes to invite a teacher or other adult to participate in the assessment.
- Jeanne establishes an account for herself and then creates profiles for her two children: Lucy and Zia.
- She then purchases two (2) credits at $20 each for the assessments. A $20 charge is placed on her credit card at the time she begins each assessment.
- 2 children x $20/assessment = 2 credits/$40
- Jeanne then invites Lucy’s teacher to take the assessment and must purchase a third credit for $20 before the teacher can complete the assessment.
- Now, charges associated with the assessments total $60.
- 2 children + 1 teacher x $20/assessment = 3 credits/$60
Screening through schools
If a school has contracted with Project SKIP for student assessments, parents are provided with an access code from the school and the screening is completed at no cost to them.
Pricing for Schools
Individual schools or school systems may contract with Project SKIP to provide assessments for groups of students. Pricing is based on the number of students participating in the screenings and opportunities for reduced pricing help make Project SKIP affordable for most educational institutions.
When screening occurs through a contract with a school, Project SKIP assigns access codes for each parent and teacher invited to take the assessments. The institution then passes on these codes to the respective parents and teachers.
There is no cost to the parent or individual teacher in this scenario.
Schools are invited to contact Dr. Bonny Forrest to discuss how they can provide assessments for their students.