We Test For Learning Disabilities
The mission of Psycho-Educational Assessments is to provide a comprehensive assessment of a student’s cognitive abilities, processing skills, memory and learning, and current academic standing using the latest testing tools. In addition, we believe that it is imperative to provide recommendations based on results that will ease the learning process for the student and maximize their potential.
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What is a Psycho-Educational Assessment?
A Psycho-Educational assessment consists of a battery of tests that will provide information on an individual’s (Ages 4-Adult) overall abilities (IQ), particularly learning style and information processing abilities, in addition to an individual’s ability to actively learn and memorize a variety of information. A comprehensive academic evaluation is also part of the assessment.
“Everyone has a unique way of learning. Some catch on quickly while other subjects might take longer to grasp. A learning disability is when your brain processes information differently than most students. This has nothing to do with competency; it just means that they learn differently.”
— Elizabeth Nesbitt
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I am beginning to understand that there is much more to his diagnosis than his learning to type and getting a tutor. I understand that your work with our son is finished and I cannot say how impressed we are with your perceptiveness and professionalism. I just wanted to let you know how he was progressing and at what stage we find ourselves.
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