2015 ORS § 427.105¹
Diagnostic evaluations
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(1) Pursuant to rules of the Department of Human Services, a diagnostic evaluation conducted to determine eligibility for developmental disability services may include, but is not limited to, the following:

(a) A social history;

(b) A psychological evaluation, including an appropriate individual test of intellectual capacity, an academic achievement test, a social development assessment and an adaptive behavior assessment; and

(c) A medical evaluation including, if practicable, prenatal, natal, early postnatal and other past and family history.

(2) The diagnostic evaluation shall also attempt to determine the existence of a developmental disability, such as an intellectual disability, epilepsy, cerebral palsy or autism, and specific learning disorders and to outline the most appropriate services for the treatment and training of the person, whether those services are immediately available or not.

(3) A facility approved by the department to conduct diagnostic evaluations may contract with qualified persons to perform components of the evaluation. [1979 c.683 §14; 2013 c.36 §6]