'Brainwave Online' Assessment Schedule Now that we have booked the times and dates for the Technology Setup Call and the Video Assessment you are well on your way to an assessment for your child/young person. What’s Next? As soon as possible we need you to complete the online booking confirmation (including the parent/guardian consent form) and pay the requested contributions. Two to three weeks prior to your assessment we need you to send us video footage of your child completing the exercises in their programme and any additional activities requested by their therapist (please only do them if you feel they are safe). In the week leading up to your Technology Setup Call you will receive a message from your therapist which includes a reminder of the date and time you booked and the weblink/details you will need to start the video call. This will last up to 30 minutes; it will allow us to check your internet connection, devices and room setup are suitable and help to familiarise you with the video platform prior to the day of the assessment. On the morning of the video assessment itself you will again need to use the weblink and login information to start the video call. Below are the estimated timings for the day: 9.30am - 10.15am Parental Interview History 10.15am - 11am Family Break/Therapist Handover 11am - 1pm Physical and/or Speech and Language Therapy Assessment 1pm - 2pm Family Lunch Break/ Therapist Programme Design + Lunch 2pm - 3.30pm New Programme Explanations and Teaching As soon as possible following the assessment, the therapist will email you your child's programme and send an attendance report to you and other requested professions. They will also send you video footage with demonstrations/explanations of each new activity. One week after the assessment you will be contacted by your Brainwave Family Facilitator for feedback related to your child's video assessment to try and improve ‘Brainwave Online’. Thank you for taking the time to read this information. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask your therapist or family facilitator.