Our Psychoeducational Evaluation for children, adolescents, and college students provides an in-depth understanding of an individual’s learning profile, including assessment of cognitive abilities, psychological processing, achievement, and social, emotional, and behavioral functioning. 

Evaluation reports will include descriptions of specific strengths and weaknesses, statements about eligibility based on special education law and/or Section 504 guidelines, thorough review of educational and psychological diagnostic criteria when appropriate, and provide specific statements about modifications, accommodations, placement, and/or remediation strategies.

Our team is very well versed in helping families navigate the complex world of special education and the process of receiving school-based accommodations. Good assessments can fine-tune or alter the path of intervention and allow for greater academic and social success.


When to consider evaluation:

  • Performing poorly in school despite his/her best efforts
  • Struggling with homework, classwork, tests and quizzes; and/or performing poorly on standardized tests. This may be due to an underlying learning disability or weakness.
  • Seeking accommodations for the SAT, ACT, or learning/academic support programs at the elementary, high school, or college level.
  • Having significant challenges with reading, math, or writing. This can include assessment for dyslexia, dyscalculia, or dysgraphia.