Resources for Learning Disabilities and ADHD

Helping individuals with learning disabilities and attentional issues achieve their personal best through the education of parents, teachers, students, and communities.

Our Mission

To help students with learning disabilities and ADHD attain their personal best. We believe every student should understand their strengths and weaknesses. More importantly, they should know how to take advantage of their strengths to help them compensate for their weaknesses and to believe that they can learn.

 

We also believe that every student is different and that assessments should be designed to match the student's needs rather than the examiner's time line. We work hard to customize the testing to the student to create as clear as possible a picture of their learning needs.

What We Do

We provide diagnostic assessment ranging from early childhood screening for dyslexia through full neuropsychological evaluations. Our evaluations focus on diagnosing why a student may have difficulties with learning that is manifested in difficulties with oral language, reading, writing, math, attention and executive functioning.

 

We begin all testing with an initial consultation. During this time we interview the student and the parent to understand the challenges they are facing. After the interview and a review of any relevant records (i.e. report cards, previous assessments) we discuss if an assessment is appropriate and what the assessment will consist of.

Where To Start

Begin by reviewing our website. Read about our testing process, information on frequently asked questions and review sample reports. You will also find additional information about our practice and the services we offer.

 

An initial consultation will help us determine if we can help you or if we need to refer you on to someone else.

 

If you decide you are ready to begin the testing process and would like to schedule an initial consultation, or if you find you have additional questions, please contact our practice manager Pam Poe for further assistance.