Targeted assessments or “check-ups” are used to obtain in-depth information about learning, attention, and working memory. Most assessments are completed in a single session (a “Total Academic” requires two sessions) and does not require an initial consultation with a psychologist. Assessments are not diagnostic, though they can help inform diagnostic clarification as a first step toward additional evaluation.
These services may help to inform parenting or other decision-making; advocate for more advanced instruction for a child or other individual; determine academic readiness; select colleges or courses; or address other learning, attention, and memory concerns. Those seeking a medical diagnosis should consult with a physician, and/or consider our psychological testing services. Some physicians require testing results to give certain diagnoses.