Category Archives: Assessment

Frequently Asked Questions about Comprehensive Individualized Assessment for Girls and Teens

Neuropsychological, Cognitive, Educational, and Psychological Testing 1. What is a Comprehensive Individualized Assessment?  There are many reasons to consider an assessment for yourself or your daughter.  Our Comprehensive Individualized Assessment can include neuropsychological, cognitive, educational, and/or psychological testing, depending on what is needed.  We individualize each assessment protocol to address the particular questions to be

Q&A: My child/teen’s teacher says they may have a learning disability. What does this mean and what can I do?

If your child/teen is struggling in school, it can feel frustrating and confusing. Not only does the idea of a “learning disability” sound intimidating, but it can also feel as though you don’t know where to turn for help. I often explain to parents that there is no “one way” or “best way” to learn.

Q&A: My child/teen has trouble focusing on their homework. What are some first steps I can take?

It can be worrisome and frustrating to notice that your child/teen is having trouble focusing, getting organized, or completing assignments. Here are some initial steps you can take to understand more about their particular challenges. Once you’ve made these observations, conversations with the school and/or an assessment psychologist will help. Consider expectations. Are your expectations appropriate for

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