Psychoeducational assessments

These assessments focus on evaluating how students of over age 16 years learn, including identifying an individual student’s strengths and weaknesses. Results from these assessments are used to provide recommendations as part of an Independent Educational Plan for students at the high school and university levels. Factors that can impact academic success including a diagnosed learning disability, a childhood illness that impacted normal cognitive development, or other developmental factors that impacted normal development. Recommendations based on assessment results aim to increase academic success such as extra time on exams and assignments, use of aids to help with note taking and studying, and tailoring study and teaching methods to a particular student’s learning strengths.