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Psychoeducational Testing

Psychoeducational Testing

Psychoeducational Testing provides in-depth information about the child's intellectual ability, levels of academic achievement, language skills, attention span, memory, visual-motor integration, and emotional & behavioral functioning.

It can help identify problems your child could be facing in specific academic areas such as math, reading, writing & oral expression and determine if there is a discrepancy between the child’s cognitive ability and the achievement level at the time of the testing.

A comprehensive psychoeducational evaluation is necessary to diagnose Learning Disabilities or an Attention Disorder and helps parents better understand their child’s strengths and weaknesses.


Reasons for Psychoeducational Testing

Psychoeducational testing helps discern the cause of unusual behavior patterns and provide information to:

  • Identify the underlying psychological cause related to a learning, emotional or behavioral problem.
  • Diagnose Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia.
  • Diagnose Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
  • Develop a treatment/intervention plan.
  • Help the child succeed academically and socially.
  • Make recommendations for Special Education, IEP, 504 plans.
  • Assess eligibility for special needs resources.
  • Understand the child's strengths and weaknesses.
How does an Evaluation help?

A comprehensive psychoeducational evaluation is helpful in diagnosing ADHD, Dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities. Psychoeducational Testing It also helps determine the impact of Attention Deficit, Hyperactivity, Information Processing Speed, Visual Motor Integration, Executive Functioning on academic performance of your child.


An accurate diagnosis helps determine an effective treatment plan and identify services the child needs in accordance with Special Education, IDEA, 504 Plan.


We also provide recommendations and consultation to develop IEP (Individualized Education Program) and advocate the accommodations that should be made to help your child flourish in academic environment.