We offer different kinds of psychological assessments for individuals. Please click on the assessment type to learn more, or book a free consultation to speak with our psychologist.
What is a Learning Disability?
Students and adults who had challenges with learning in school often share a common story; they are hard working and curious, but they aren’t doing as well as expected academically. A psychoeducational assessment looks for the underlying reasons.
A psychoeducational service involves assessment and interpretation of psychological tests focused on cognitive abilities and specific skills needed for learning. Psychoeducational assessments often include measures of cognitive abilities such as memory, attention, executive functions, and adaptive functioning in different environments.
It is designed to answer the following questions:
Does the student have a learning disability, developmental disability, attentional problems?
What are the student’s academic and cognitive abilities, strengths, and weaknesses?