During the assessment the Psychologist gathers information from the parents/caregivers through interviews and questionnaires, as well as obtaining information from the teachers or other therapists. The assessment is usually includes information regarding the child’s performance in a variety of settings, over a period of time. The child or young person will also be observed and/or tested. Once the assessment is completed, the Psychologist would establish a Treatment Plan or contribute to the Individual Educational Plan, outlining the specific goals and measures for the child. The outcome of successful assessment would be to limit the effects of barriers to learning, and to promote and increase the inclusion of that child or young person within their educational setting.