Comprehensive Psycho-Educational Evaluation
A psychoeducational assessment is sometimes also referred to as a school assessment or a learning disabilities assessment. This type of assessment isusually conducted for school-age children as young as 4-5 years old, but can be conducted for adolescents and adults as well. The most common reason a psychoeducational assessment is conducted is to get access to accommodations
and/or modifications in the classroom, workplace, or testing environment in college, university, or graduate school. The purpose of the assessment is to identify the following: intellectual giftedness, learning disabilities, developmental delays, behavioural issues, mood or emotional concerns, social issues,social skills, mental health issues, and overall academic and intellectual strengths and weaknesses.
Full evaluation of the major areas of cognition, full academic battery (reading, writing, math), and may *include assessment of executive functioning.