Psychoeducational assessments are conducted by a registered school psychologist and in addition to showing how a child learns, can provide a diagnosis of a learning disability, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), developmental disability, and identify any other social/emotional/behavioral or psychological problems.
Psycho-educational assessments will find cognitive and academic strengths and weaknesses. Sometimes those weaknesses are so significant that they signal a Learning Disability and, if that is the case, that formal diagnosis will be made and will be useable for legal and educational purposes.
The psycho-educational assessments include Initial Consultation, Psychometric Testing, Assessment of Social-Emotional and Behavioral Functioning, Report and Recommendations, Feedback Session with Psychologist.
Various tests to assess his/her academic and reasoning skills, intellectual abilities, memory, attention, and executive functions are given to the learners.
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Emotional problems
- Learning difficulties
- School refusal
- Poor social skills
- Academic delays
- Low self-esteem
- Attention concerns
- Social problems
- Poor organizational skills