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Diagnosis assessment

It’s crucial that we have a detailed and in-depth understanding of our pupils’ medical needs. That’s why we conduct a comprehensive diagnosis and assessment of each child.

Before assessment

  • Pupils are visited by the specialist epilepsy nurse
  • Parents provide a medical and seizure history
  • Pupils are observed in school

During assessment

  • The paediatric neurologist, diagnostic staff nurse and psychologist assess pupils
  • EEGs can be offered to students to gain an understanding of epilepsy.
  • Video telemetry is usually included and lasts 48 hours

After assessment

  • Initial feedback is given to parents
  • A full report is sent four weeks later

Feedback from parents

Quote Icon St. Piers exceeds all expectations. My daughter is the happiest, most supported and least agitated she has ever been in her entire life! I feel incredibly proud of all of her achievements since she has been at the school; but do not under estimate for a moment, the sheer amount of hard work, dedication and care that has gone into enabling my lovely lady to flourish as she has, both educationally and socially. Thank-you so very much for enriching both her and her families lives…St. Piers Rocks!!
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  St. Piers School is part of Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE)  

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