Diagnostic and Evaluation Services


The credentialed professionals of our practice, Laurel Brady, Peggy Kiker, Dr. Claudia Thomas and Dr. Ashley Badger have extensive experience in the identification of Specific Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders and other barriers to learning. Let them help you decide if an evaluation makes sense for you or a member of your family.

The results of these evaluations are essential for:

Psychodeucational evaluation reports contain appropriate educational interventions for school and home and appropriate accommodations in all educational settings to maximize the student’s true abilities. A comprehensive psychoeducational evaluation usually includes the Woodcock-Johnson Tests Of Cognitive Abilities, Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Academic Achievement, The Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF), and the Conners-3 Rating Scales. The Test of Variables of Attention (TOVA), foreign language aptitude tests and additonal, supplmental academic content test instruments are also available.

A neuropsychological evaluation is an assessment that may be useful in order to better understand underlying neurological and emotional processes. A neuropsychological assessment provides a comprehensive understanding of an individual’s cognitive/intellectual strengths and weaknesses, academic functioning, attention and executive functioning (such as planning, organization, abstraction), memory and learning style, problem solving and reasoning, visual-spatial abilities, emotional, behavioral and social functioning, and if necessary, skills of daily living. The value of a more comprehensive assessment can be tremendous in guiding concerns such as:




Our professional staff are here to help ensure that you or

your student has the information and guidance to enhance and enrich their life experiences.

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