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Assessment Services

How Can An Evaluation Help? 

A comprehensive evaluation can aid in identifying:

  • Learning Disabilities 

  • Language Disorders 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • & Other Neurodevelopmental Conditions

In addition, an evaluation can assist in identifying broader factors, such as emotional symptoms and behavioral concerns, that may be interfering with school functioning or social relationships. 

Areas of personal strength and weakness are revealed, and targeted interventions can be crafted, through the process of evaluating your child's: 

  • Problem Solving Skills

  • Memory

  • Processing Speed

  • Attention and Executive Functioning 

  • Academic Skills

  • Language Abilities 

  • & Social, Emotional and Behavioral wellbeing  

What Does An Evaluation Entail?

An evaluation typically consists of a full day of testing (or two half days), including record review and a parent interview. A caregiver feedback session will be scheduled in the days to follow, where I will discuss the results and make recommendations. A comprehensive report, including a summary of the evaluation findings, diagnostic impressions, as well as specific treatment recommendations will also be provided as a part of this service.

 

Fees

The cost of an evaluation varies from case to case. I charge an hourly rate based on the time devoted to complete your child's evaluation. The estimated cost of an evaluation can be discussed during the initial phone contact.

 
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