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Comprehensive Educational Assessments

By delving into learners’ skills and knowledge, educational psychoeducational assessments offer vital insights that guide teachers in tailoring their approach to diverse student requirements. They pave the way for informed decisions on grading, placement, advancement, and even funding.

Unlocking Student Potential

If your child or adolescent is struggling academically or behaviorally, their school or a healthcare professional involved in their care may recommend a psychoeducational assessment. These assessments are crucial in the learning process, benefiting both students and educators. They provide valuable insights into a learner’s skills, knowledge, and progress, guiding teachers in addressing diverse student needs. Additionally, assessments play a key role in important decisions such as grading, placement, advancement, and funding.
By evaluating students’ abilities and understanding, assessments offer valuable feedback on their performance and growth. This feedback enables teachers to gauge their comprehension of the material and identify areas that may require additional support. It empowers educators to customize their instructional approaches and provide targeted interventions to ensure students’ success.
Our assessments also serve as an essential tool for evaluating students’ academic achievements. They establish the basis for assigning grades, determining class rankings, and making decisions about progression or placement in advanced courses. By providing an objective measure of students’ knowledge, assessments facilitate fair comparisons among individuals.

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Comprehensive Psychoeducational Assessments

Our psychoeducational assessment involves testing in various areas based on specific questions and concerns. These areas typically include:
During the assessment, these different domains are evaluated to gain a comprehensive understanding of the individual’s cognitive abilities, academic proficiency, attentional capacity, memory functioning, executive functioning skills, adaptive skills, and social-emotional well-being. By assessing these areas, professionals can identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for further support or intervention.

"Discovering strengths, tailoring support – our psychoeducational assessments unlock unique pathways for your child's success."

Dr. Brent Symes. Senior Partner at Randall Symes Psychological Services

For School-Aged Children Children

Many school-aged students undergo psychoeducational assessments due to difficulties in areas such as accurate word decoding, reading comprehension, spelling, and math calculations.
These academic challenges often result in attention difficulties as students struggle to keep up with their peers or lack sufficient support in their academic setting. When students continue to face difficulties despite receiving tutoring or targeted assistance, an assessment can provide valuable insights into their abilities and skills.
While not all students receive a diagnosis of a specific learning disability (commonly known as learning disabilities) following an assessment, a psychoeducational assessment aids in determining appropriate educational strategies and interventions, especially when a student is falling behind in school.

For Post Secondary Students and Adults

Postsecondary students or adults who have not previously undergone assessment or diagnosis for learning difficulties during childhood may find it beneficial to undergo a psychoeducational assessment if their struggles with reading, writing, and/or math are impacting their academic or work performance. Postsecondary students who have previously been diagnosed with learning disabilities and seek academic accommodations at their institution may be required to provide recent documentation.
Adults with learning disabilities may encounter challenges in carrying out work tasks related to reading, writing, and math. They may make spelling errors, misinterpret information, miscalculate, face difficulties in comprehending information, or work at a slower pace. A psychoeducational assessment can help shed light on the specific cognitive difficulties an individual faces and identify appropriate supports and strategies to enhance their workplace success.

Finding a positive way forward


Finding A Positive Way Forward

Why Choose Us

Our assessment team has extensive experience diagnosing ADHD and other mental health conditions.

We understand that every individual is unique, and we tailor our treatment plans to meet the specific needs of the individual.

Our ADHD assessments are in-depth, using tests, questionnaires, and interviews to gain a full understanding of symptoms and causes.


What Our Assessments Include

Our assessments are comprehensive and individually tailored to the concern at hand. Testing sessions typically include a clinical interview, standardized intelligence (IQ testing) and cognitive testing, evaluation of academic achievement, memory, adaptive skills, and measures of attention span and impulsivity.
A number of possible diagnoses or problems can be identified, as a result of an assessment, including:
After the assessment, our psychologists will use the gathered information to develop a diagnosis and treatment plan. This plan will be tailored to the individual’s specific needs and may include a combination of therapy, medication, and lifestyle changes.
Our goal is to empower families with the knowledge and tools gained from these assessments, so they can start working towards positive changes in their child’s life right away.

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Our comprehensive assessments are designed to provide helpful information, supportive answers, and individually-tailored recommendations.

You do not need a referral from a physician to make an appointment. Please contact us now to get started.