Comprehensive Individualized Assessment
(Neuropsychological, Cognitive, Educational, Psychological Testing)
Does your daughter struggle in school? Does she find it hard to focus on her homework? Has it been suggested that your daughter may benefit from accommodations for test taking? Does your daughter experience emotional ups and downs that are hard to understand? Are you a young adult who has struggled in school but never been tested? Perhaps your therapist has noted a difficulty with identifying a specific diagnosis. These are just a few of the situations in which a comprehensive assessment may help! Assessments can sort out some of the complex neurological, psychological, cognitive, and educational factors that affect your ability to thrive. Assessments can provide information about how to help your daughter at school, at home, and in friendships. Our assessment services help find answers for both children and adults who may be dealing with learning or attention differences, or psychological challenges that have been difficult to diagnose.
To arrange a consultation and get password to access client information documents, call 626.585.8075, ext. 108 or e-mail.
Comprehensive Individualized Assessment FAQs
Articles and Resources:
- Girls and ADHD
- Q&A: My daughter has difficulty focusing. What are some first steps I can take?
- Q&A: Is distractibility always due to ADHD?
- Q&A: My daughter’s teacher says she may have a learning disability. What does this mean and what can I do?
- Books and Online Resources for Parents and Girls with ADHD and/or LD