Psycho-Educational Assessments

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Cognitive Assessment: These tests measure how well a child thinks, remembers, and solves problems; Executive Function: These tests measure a child's ability to plan ahead, use logical thinking, act in accordance with hypotheses, checking one’s behavior (self-monitoring) and flexibly changing one’s hypotheses or actions; Psychomotor Development and Perception: These tests measure how a student receives, perceives and interprets information through hearing, sight, and touch. These tests may also measure visual-motor skills.; Academic Achievement: These assessments measure reading, spelling, arithmetic, oral and written language skills, and/or general knowledge; Social-Emotional Functioning: These assessments will indicate how a child feels about him/herself, gets along with others, takes care of personal needs at home, school and in the community; Adaptive Functioning: These assessments indicate how your child takes care of personal needs at home, school and in the community.

Comprehensive Psycho-Educational Assessments include review of relevant records; interviews with parents, student; observations within the testing environment, and observations within the educational setting (if made available); rating scales are distributed and collected from all relevant sources which may include parents, student, and teachers. All assessments, and subsequent meetings are completed at my office.

Estimated completion time: 10-12 Hours


Independent Educational Evaluations

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Cognitive Assessment: These tests measure how well a child thinks, remembers, and solves problems; Executive Function: These tests measure a child's ability to plan ahead, use logical thinking, act in accordance with hypotheses, checking one’s behavior (self-monitoring) and flexibly changing one’s hypotheses or actions; Psychomotor Development and Perception: These tests measure how a student receives, perceives and interprets information through hearing, sight, and touch. These tests may also measure visual-motor skills.; Academic Achievement: These assessments measure reading, spelling, arithmetic, oral and written language skills, and/or general knowledge; Social-Emotional Functioning: These assessments will indicate how a child feels about him/herself, gets along with others, takes care of personal needs at home, school and in the community; Adaptive Functioning: These assessments indicate how your child takes care of personal needs at home, school and in the community.

Comprehensive Independent Educational Evaluations are typically requested by a school district, attorney, or parent requesting an assessment at public expense. In comparison to private psycho-educational assessments, these assessments usually require an inordinate amount of time reviewing school records, travel, and interaction with IEP teams, attorneys, and attendance in Due Process hearings. Independent Educational Evaluations include review of relevant records; comprehensive review of educational records, interviews with parents, student, and teachers; multiple observations within the testing environment, and multiple observations within the educational setting; rating scales are distributed and collected from all relevant sources which may include parents, student, and teachers; participation in all relevant IEP meetings (maximum 2 hours). Travel time between sites is also included in the negotiated fee. Any additional time required to participate in a due process hearing or additional IEP meeting will be billed at a negotiated hourly rate.

Estimated Completion Time: 20-30 hours


Cognitive Assessment: These tests measure how well a child thinks, remembers, and solves problems; Psychomotor Development and Perception: These tests measure how a student receives, perceives and interprets information through hearing, sight, and touch. These tests may also measure visual-motor skills; Academic Achievement: These assessments measure reading, spelling, arithmetic, oral and written language skills, and/or general knowledge.

This assessment is focused on a brief screening of abilities to identify strengths and weaknesses. It is not comprehensive in nature and does not aide in diagnostic clarification.

Estimated Completion Time: 4-6 Hours

Snapshot Assessments

$600.00


Cognitive Assessment: These tests measure how well a child thinks, remembers, and solves problems.

This type of assessment is meant to provide families with their child's Intelligence Quotient (IQ) score. This assessment is most often used for entrance into private schools requiring IQ testing as part of their admissions process.

Estimated Completion Time: 2-4 Hours

Giftedness Testing

$350.00


Focus Areas

Autism; Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; Learning Disabilities; Independent Educational Evaluations; Professional Development Training; Consultation; NASP PREPaRE Training Workshops

All Assessments Include (with the exception of Independent Educational Evaluations):

  • One Hour Consultation Meeting
  • One Hour Information Meeting To Review Assessment Results
  • Comprehensive Assessment Report

** A 50% deposit is required at the time of booking. The remaining fees are required to be paid in full prior to the one hour information meeting. At this time only cash, check, and credit cards are accepted. Payment plans can be negotiated based on individual needs.

The assessments described above can be tailored to fit individual needs. All prices and services listed are for reference only. Prices are subject to negotiation or can be changed as advertised without notice. The fee for each assessment will be discussed at the consultation meeting or negotiated and agreed upon prior to beginning any services.