Every evaluation is individualized, thorough, and detailed. Test results and test scores are not at all the sole basis for interpretation. Information about the individual's history and current functioning outside the evaluation context and observations during the evaluation are also essential data. A comprehensive profile of each individual's strengths and challenges is developed, which is then used to formulate a plan for intervention. Recommendations are geared at assisting those who work or interact with the individual to be able to be more effective in their efforts to be helpful.
Individuals with concerns such as: learning disabilities, including dyslexia; language disorders; Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; concussions or head injuries; epilepsy; autism spectrum disorders; childhood cancer; anxiety disorders and other emotional/psychological difficulties; behavioral challenges.