Psychoeducational Testing for Learning Disabilities
All the tutoring isn’t helping.
You’ve spent hundreds (maybe even thousands) for study aids, software, workbooks, tutors, doctors, and speech therapy. Not to mention all the hours using all of them. But grades aren’t getting any better. Sure…school and tests should be challenging, but not impossible. You, your child, and teachers are frustrated and feel like you’ve run out of options.
Psychoeducational testing could be the answer.
A psychoeducational evaluation assesses strengths and weakness in academic subjects (like reading, math, and writing), learning style, as well as visual and auditory attention, processing, concentration, and memory. This information helps determine whether a child or an adult has learning disorders that would qualify as learning disabilities, or if academic problems are related to another mental health condition.
A psychoeducational evaluation empowers you.
Detecting a learning disability can help you make decisions about schools, college, and academic placement. It also means that educators can develop a comprehensive and individualized educational plan based on areas of strength and weakness. These educational plans also let students access special interventions and accommodations during classroom tests, projects, and homework.
Psychoeducational testing isn’t just for children and teens.
Often advanced high school students, college and grad students, and professionals have undiagnosed learning disabilities. This can make taking high stakes standardized exams (e.g. FSAs, EOCs, PSAT, SAT, ACT, AP/IB/Cambridge exams, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, GRE, and professional licensure board examinations) extremely difficult and discouraging after several attempts. Identifying learning disabilities in adults can help them secure extended time on these exams so they can perform their best. It can help them make inform choices about college majors and careers to pursue. These assessments also help employers provide tools and support needed for success in the workplace.
Don’t continue to struggle with learning disabilities.
Our team of licensed psychologists in Miami, FL, can conduct these psychoeducational evaluations for children (age 6+) and adults in English and Spanish. As former teachers and psychologists that worked for Miami-Dade County Schools, they have extensive knowledge of eligibility and requirements for academic accommodations required by Miami-Dade County Schools, local private schools, the College Board, Law School Admission Council, Association of American Medical Colleges, HR departments, and other similar organizations.
Here’s what you can expect:
- 60 – 90 minutes Initial Interview with the licensed psychologist and the parent(s) or adult client
- 2 – 4 sessions of 2 – 4 hours each for test administration, depending on the client’s age and length of breaks
- 2 – 3 days to score, process, and analyze test results
- 2 – 3 days to write the final report
- 30 – 45 minutes Feedback session with parent(s) or adult client to review results and recommendations
Total Time for completion = 14 days or less*
*Rushed reports are available, subject to an additional fee.
- The same intelligence test cannot be repeated within 12 months. If you or your child is being re-tested, please let us know which IQ test was previously administered in advance. Failure to do so will lead to the invalidation of the results of our psychological evaluation.