Oral language (expressive and receptive) Reading skills (decoding, fluency, and comprehension) Mathematic skills (operations, mathematic problem solving, and fluency) Writing skills (spelling, sentence and essay composition) Academic Processing Skills Nonverbal Problem Solving This evaluation provides insight into the foundations of your child’s academic functioning, and can be used to diagnose a Specific Learning Disability (Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia).
This is a 1 hour consult.
This assessment can determine whether literacy-related deficits exist. Specifically, it evaluates the following:
Identify the sound structure of oral language Recall sounds, syllables, words, digits and letters Understand the sound-symbol relationship Use symbol-sound associations to identify (read – pronounce) real words and nonsense words Read accurately, at a story-telling pace, words in isolation and paragraphs Spell and write at the single word level, sentence level, and at the paragraph level. This is a good option for parents who have isolated concerns about reading, as it can be used to diagnose Dyslexia.