Psychoeducational Evaluations: A comprehensive psycho-educational evaluation will provide information regarding
academic achievement (reading, writing, and math skills), and cognitive abilities (verbal, nonverbal, memory and processing speed skills) to help determine if the individual is academically
achieving to the level of their cognitive ability.
Neuropsychological Evaluations: A neuropsychological evaluation will assess skills important to learning such as higher reasoning,
language skills, auditory and visual processing, visual-motor skills, and memory.
Psychological/Social-Emotional Evaluations:Information obtained through interviews and testing measures will help understand
emotional functioning and how it may be impacting behavior and/or academic success.
ADHD Evaluations: Attention and executive functioning skills are assessed to determine their potential impact on school, academic and
behavioral functioning in conjunction with psychoeducational and neuropsychological testing.
Admissions Evaluations: Admissions testing for independent schools.
(Every effort will be made to provideAdmissions Evaluations within five business days, andComprehensive Evaluations within fifteen business days.)
Parent Training and Coaching: Parent training involves teaching parents and caregivers how to increase desirable child behavior,
reduce children's misbehavior, improve parent-child interactions, and bring about a positive family atmosphere. Specific skills taught may include praise, positive attention, administration
of rewards and privileges, rule-setting, ignoring, reprimands, withdrawal of privileges, and time-out. Because even the most effective skill used at the wrong time or in
the wrong way may not promote wanted changes in behavior, parents are taught timing, consistency, intensity, and integration of the various skills.