Independent Educational Evaluations
We help children make the most of their learning capabilities.
We understand it’s heartbreaking to see a child struggle and not know what to do. Our educational evaluations can provide diagnoses and generate specific goals and treatments to help your child succeed.
See how our assessments can inform academic planning and services for better outcomes.
When children have a problem learning, parents often feel helpless in knowing what steps to take.
Our independent evaluations assess for intelligence, academic abilities, executive functioning, and obtain parent and teacher feedback to integrate findings and give concrete solutions and goals that go beyond merely determining if a child should be granted accommodations under section 504 or individualized assistance as part of an Individualized Education Plan.
The first step is to have the school or district contact us if the evaluation is a referral. If a parent wishes to obtain an evaluation privately, they can call us directly to schedule a consult and testing. After the initial consult, the child undergoes approximately 6-8 hours of in-office 1:1 testing split between 2 days (or one day if out-of-state).
We score results, integrate findings, and develop a comprehensive report that includes any diagnoses, recommendations for individualized instruction and/or accommodations, and suggested goals to guide the school’s team in educational planning.
Recommended Treatment for:
- Poor Reading Ability (Dyslexia)
- Poor Math Ability (Dyscalculia)
- Difficulties with Handwriting (Dysgraphia)
- General Academic Struggles
- IEP or 504 Plan Assistance
Educational Evaluations Available At These Locations:
PLEASE NOTE: We are not an emergency clinic. If you have an emergency, please dial 911. Also, we are not contracted with any court system and do not provide court ordered services related to child custody or other matters. For a list of services that we provide and do not provide, please visit our What We Treat page.
It is estimated that 9% of boys and 6% of girls have a learning disability and many go undiagnosed leading to poor academic achievement, low self-esteem, and a loss of realized potential. Often educational evaluations can be the first step in determining learning differences and addressing them.