Learning Disability/ADHD or Autism Spectrum Disorder Evaluations
Identify Learning Disabilities
Memory Testing Center routinely conducts evaluations for students who are struggling with academic or behavioral concerns. Often called psycho-educational evaluations, these provide important information about an individual’s learning style, academic performance, and behavioral functioning or emotional concerns. These evaluations are used to identify learning disabilities, such as Dyslexia, Nonverbal Learning Disabilities, or disorders otherwise affecting mathematical, expressive writing or other academic performance. These evaluations are also utilized to identify disorders such as Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder,
We identify issues that are interfering in a student’s academic achievement, social or emotional functioning. We then write a report that properly documents these concerns and identifies educational strategies and treatment interventions based upon the unique needs of the individual.
Psycho-educational reports are often necessary to pursue specialized accommodations in school settings or for community based programs. Pediatricians, teachers, and other professionals utilize this documentation in order to base appropriate interventions across multiple settings. Psychoeducational evaluations are also used to determine if an individual is eligible for receiving special accommodations during standardized testing, including the SATs, ACTs, and Advanced Placement (AP) exams.