(Learning Disability Assessments)
If a person differs from the norm in the way they internalize, interpret, remember, and communicate information, they may struggle in the regular academic settings. A person may have average or above average intelligence, but they will have to work harder than others to achieve the same level of success. This can lead to self-doubt, a lack of confidence and the mistaken belief that they are unintelligent or lazy. Learning Disability testing can identify strengths and uncover hidden potential. Thorough psychoeducational testing can have lifelong benefits in both educational and workplace settings.
A Psychoeducational assessment can be helpful at any age. A classroom is not the only site where learning takes place. Whether you are learning new skills at work or in your personal life, knowing how you learn and what works best for you gives you greater control and increases your chances of success.