When children struggle in school it can be difficult to get the answers you need about their academic progress.  If you are concerned that your child is not performing to his or her potential in school, an assessment to determine if your child has a learning disorder may be beneficial.

Learning disorders can include difficulties with understanding and fluently completing math problems, problems with academic fluency or completing assignments quickly and accurately, and difficulties with reading or writing.  When a child has a learning disorder, it can not only affect academic progress, but social interactions and self-esteem as well.

Many places have a lengthy wait list; however, I can generally complete assessment and feedback within 4-6 weeks after the initial intake and rarely have a wait list for testing. Additionally I currently accept Cigna Healthcare, United Healthcare, Colorado CoOp, and Rocky Mountain Health Plans.  Other plans may have out of network benefits and depending on your plan some of the testing may be reimbursed.  The Private Pay rate depends on the complexity of the case and if additional testing is required.

After completion of testing, I provide a formal report with the results of the testing, diagnoses, and recommendations for further treatment.

Tests Given for a Learning Disorder Assessment

Wechsler Intelligence Scale: WPPSI (ages 2-6), WISC (ages 7-16), WAIS (ages 17+)

Woodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement

or

Wechsler Individual Achievement Test

Behavior Assessment System for Children-2

Other Assessments as needed