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The most frequently requested assessment is a psychoeducational assessment. A psychoeducational assessment is sometimes also referred to as schoolassessment or a learning disabilities assessment. This type of assessment is usually conducted for school-age children as young as 4-5 years old, but can be conducted for adolescents and adults as well. The most common reason a psychoeducational assessment is conducted is to get access to accommodations and/or modifications in the classroom, workplace, or testing environment in college, university, or graduate school. The purpose of the assessment is to identify the following: intellectual giftedness, learning disabilities, developmental
delays, behavioural issues, mood or emotional concerns, social issues, social skills, mental health issues, and overall academic and intellectual strengths andweaknesses.
- Full evaluation of the major areas of cognition, full academic battery (reading, writing, math), and may *include assessment of executive functioning.

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Areas of Assessment

  • Cognitive functioning (intelligence; IQ)  Comprehension Knowledge, Fluid Reasoning, Short-Term Working Memory, Auditory Processing (Ga), Long-Term Retrieval (Glr), Cognitive Processing Speed (Gs), Visual Processing (Gv), Executive Functioning

  • Academic Assessment: Reading, Writing, Math

  • Socio-emotional and mental health: Anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, Adjustment disorder, etc.

Areas within a comprehensive assessment

Cognitive Development
- Intellectual Giftedness
- Developmental Delays
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Socio-emotional functioning (AKA mental health assessment)
- Mood or Emotional Concerns
- Behavioural Challenges
- Social Difficulties
- Parenting Concerns
- Early Intervention

Achievement Testing

-learning Disabilities
- Dyslexia
- Writing/Dysgraphia evaluation
- Comprehensive Math/Dyscalculia Evaluation

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