Psychoeducational Evaluation examines psychological and cognitive processing related to your child’s educational performance. As part of the process, strengths and weaknesses of the child are identified in order to provide recommendations as to the best way your child learns and what strategies can be used to overcome areas of weakness. Children may learn best when given auditory or visual information; whereas, others may need hands-on learning, or a combination of modalities. There are many other types of accommodations or modifications to the learning environment that certain children require in order to succeed. Some children achieve optimal performance in small settings for test taking, while some may need a smaller classroom environment throughout the school day in order to succeed.
A Psychoeducational Evaluation is often requested for a suspected Read more