This assessment proves nothing. Not only are there too many errors for this to be legitimate, even if it was real, this is not considered a diagnosis. The way these forms work is they write down everything that she claims and reports, and they come up with some possible options from those. For example, if she said she has trouble sleeping, then insomnia would have appeared on the diagnostic list, even though she had not been tested for any sleep issue.
What I assume happened is, she got her assessment back and retyped it. I got a similar assessment back after undergoing an evaluation as a kid. They handed mine to my dad of course, but I remember it looking a lot like this.
Schizoaffective disorder is not anything like schizophrenia like she claims. Schizoaffective disorder is just bipolar with psychotic symptoms. She'll do whatever she can to be special.
My assessment was also not in a stylish Microsoft Word font like hers.