Comprehensive Psycho-Educational Evaluations
This evaluation provides the most thorough assessment of a students problem solving and academic achievement. The test instruments used are norm-referenced and indicate how a student compares academically in reading, writing and math to their peers. This type of evaluation is used to determine specific learning disabilities, including dyslexia and dysgraphia. Other areas that are assessed include: memory, attention and language screenings.

Purpose of Psycho-educational Evaluation:
• Diagnose and determine eligibility for special programming
• Determine appropriate accommodations and modifications
• Show how ADD/ADHD impacts a student’s performance in the school setting
• Instructional planning
• Determine educational placements for students that struggle
• Re-evaluation to measure progress
• Support of application to a specialized private school
• Determine appropriate placement/services for young students
• Provide documentation for accommodations on standardized testing
• Document educational need for college-age students requiring accommodations

Each comprehensive evaluation includes:
• Extensive written report with interpretation and summary of each assessment
• Diagnosis of the condition based on the clinical findings
• Individualized recommendations designed to address the students needs

The diagnostician will also meet with the parents and/or student to review the results of the evaluation and discuss the diagnosis and resulting instructional recommendations for home, school and possible tutor.

Fee for Psycho-Educational Evaluation: $1550

Early Childhood Psycho-educational Evaluations

These evaluations are administered to Pre-Kindergarten students whose parents require information about their student’s specific learning strengths and weaknesses. This assessment provides families with diagnostic data to help make decisions regarding school placement.

Included in the Early Childhood Psycho-Educational Evaluation:
• Intellectual ability
• Reading and pre-reading skills, including phonological processing
• Math skills/concepts
• Language/vocabulary screening
• Developmental writing skills, including visual motor skills
• Kindergarten readiness

Each Early Childhood evaluation includes:
• Extensive written report with interpretation and summary of each assessment
• Diagnosis of the condition based on the clinical findings, if applicable
• Individualized recommendations designed to address the students needs

The diagnostician will also meet with the parents to review the results of the evaluation and discuss the diagnosis and resulting instructional/evaluation recommendations for home, school and outside professionals.

Fee for Early Childhood Psycho-Educational Evaluation $1200