Please review the list below to find answers to frequently asked questions. For additional questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What exactly is a digital screening?
I am interested in a digital screening for myself or my child. How do I get started?
What types of digital screenings are available and who can complete them?
What happens after I email INBAL to request a digital screening?
Does the COVID-19 pandemic influence the screening process?
If I complete a screening, how long will it take to receive access to the results?
Why should my child have a targeted academic assessment?
What test will be used for the targeted academic assessments?
What academic skills will be assessed during the targeted academic assessments?
My child has already been administered the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement, Fourth Edition. Can my child still participate in a targeted academic assessment at INBAL?
How long will the targeted academic assessment take?
How do I receive the results of a targeted academic assessment?
My child is 12 years of age or older. Is it true that my child has to give me permission to access his or her results and report?
Does my child's school have to follow the instructional recommendations generated from the assessment results?
My child is doing fine in school. Is it still okay to pursue a targeted academic assessment?
Who will be administering the academic assessments?
Can I request a male or female graduate student to work with my child?
How should I explain the academic assessment to my child?
What will my child do during the academic assessment session?
Will my child enjoy the academic assessment?
What if my child asks to discontinue the academic assessment after it starts?