Learning and Developmental Disorder Assessment

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Learning Disorders

Includes specific difficulties with writing, reading, oral language, or math. This assessment involves an evaluation interview and 3–6 hours of testing.

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Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

May include difficulty with sustained attention, missing details, losing things, sitting still, and/or impulsivity. This assessment involves an evaluation interview and 1–2 hours of testing.

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Autism Spectrum Disorders

May include difficulty understanding social cues, thinking abstractly, and managing multiple tasks. This assessment involves an evaluation interview and 3–6 hours of testing.

How it works

Our assessments begin with a 90-minute evaluation interview where we’ll collect your academic, psychological, medical, developmental, and family histories. Once we have a full picture of your situation, we’ll make recommendations for additional assessment. If additional testing is necessary, the entire assessment period will take three to six weeks. Visit our fees page to find more information about costs associated with assessments.

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