What is a Psychoeducational Assessment?
- Our core or basic Psychoeducational Assessment is an objective, comprehensive, evidence based investigation of learning style, cognitive abilities, achievement skills. This type of assessment is used to diagnose Specific Learning Disorders.
- Our core Psychoeducational Assessment provides specific recommendations for academic accommodation and remedial intervention to enhance an individual’s learning. These recommendations form the basis of an Individual Educational Plan (IEP)
What questions does a Psychoeducational Assessment address?
Some typical referral questions include:
- He tries so hard, so why can’t he read?
- Will he be eligible for accommodations in university?
- Should she take Applied or Academic courses?
- Why do I go blank on exams? I study all night!
Are there other questions that can be addressed by a Psychoeducational Assessment?
- Yes. Additional diagnostic questions can also be addressed (e.g., ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability, as well as Social/Emotional and other clinical issues) by selecting specific measures and adding them to the core Psychoeducational Assessment battery.