Academic Testing

     
Academic Testing, also known as Psycho-educational testing, is designed to eliminate the guessing game and identify the root cause of poor academic performance in children and teens.

Many parents watch their children struggle in school for years and do not know why. This can lead to decreased confidence, acting out, and avoidance of school work altogether. For many, however, the academic struggle may be because a learning disorder such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, or dyscalculia.

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The academic testing process begins with an initial parent interview and a full battery of cognitive, behavioral, and emotional testing. The tests chosen are used to determine the nature and severity of any underlying disorders or issues.

The final step in the evaluation process includes the parent feedback session. Personalized treatment recommendations and follow-up strategies are offered in a comprehensive report. A feedback session is also facilitated to review the comprehensive test results report with recommendations.

The recommendations in the report are a key piece of information that is designed as a plan of action to address the concerns. Parents often give the report to their child’s school to inform their teachers of the types of accommodations and resources that will best support their child’s needs.

 

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