Psychoeducational Assessments measure the child’s cognition, attention, working memory, reasoning, and academic achievement in math, reading, and writing.
Psychomotor Assessments examine fine and gross motor skills as well as prerequisites to learning indicators.
Psycho-effective Assessments determine the psychological factors influencing the learning process.
Psychiatric Assessments review the child’s presenting problem within the parameters of an interview.
Speech Assessments measure oral, written, and non-verbal communication.