We work together with students, families, and educators to get the best picture of your child in our comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations. These assessments may include measures of cognitive ability (i.e. “IQ”), social-emotional development, behavior, communication, academics, and self-help (“adaptive”) skills and can be used to identify psychological and learning disorders.
Cognitive (aka IQ) assessments provide information about aspects of a child’s learning, such as memory, verbal reasoning, and problem-solving ability. Cognitive tests may be required for some private school applications or to identify students who are gifted.
Our qualified psychologists work together with students, families, and educators to complete Independent Educational Evaluations (IEEs) in the event that a family needs an independent evaluation from an agency that is not employed by their child’s school.