learning disability assessment

Both adults and children can benefit from a learning disability assessment. Many adults have felt they struggled throughout their education or job training with an undiagnosed learning disability. In addition, children, teenagers and young adults may find that they struggle in a specific area but do not know if they have a learning disability. For those reasons, a learning disability assessment can be very beneficial. Parents may notice that their child has problems with academics or behavior in school. Children with a learning disability often have problems learning to read, understanding spoken language, expressing themselves, writing sentences or paragraphs, or performing arithmetic skills. A learning disability assessment can identify specific areas that may need remediation or accommodation. It can provide the documentation required by schools and universities for an individual to receive specific accommodations to help him/her learn and progress in their academic endeavors. A learning disability assessment can identify specific learning disabilities such as:

  • Math Difficulty
  • Auditory Processing Difficulty
  • Writing Difficulty
  • Reading Difficulty
  • Behavioral Problems in School
  • ADHD
  • Dyslexia
  • Dysgraphia