ADHD/Learning Disability Evaluations


Main GOAL

Our ADHD/learning disability evaluations are designed to evaluate multiple factors that can affect an individual’s work or academic performance, including but not limited to:

  • ADHD
  • A specific learning disorder
  • Executive dysfunction (e.g difficulty planning, organizing, multitasking etc..)
  • Slowed processing speed
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Sleep issues

We gather information from a range of sources, including interviews and questionnaires from family members and teachers, in order to obtain a well-rounded understanding of each individual.

Testing INcludes

While we tailor our evaluation to answer the specific questions being asked, these evaluations are often helpful to:

  • Assess intellectual abilities
  • Assess psychoeducational skills
  • Establish a diagnosis when applicable
  • Request academic or work accommodations when applicable
  • Help parents, students, and teachers set reasonable expectations
  • Understand each individual’s unique strengths and weaknesses
  • Rule out possible contributing factors (e.g., depression, anxiety, poor sleep, untreated medical conditions, medication side-effects) that can be addressed to improve functioning
  • Guide future planning, both in the short-term (e.g., class selection) and the long-term (e.g., college selection and vocational choices)
  • Guide formal interventions, such as educational or cognitive therapy
  • Provide individualized behavioral strategies to optimize performance
  • Identify whether a medication consultation with a physician could be helpful
  • Place referrals (e.g., psychiatrists, psychologists, neurologists, audiologists, educational therapists) as appropriate