Oftentimes, during the early stages of development, it so happens that even bright and competent students struggle to perform in academic, organizational, and professional domains — despite their high intellectual abilities and comprehension, they fail to do well on timed and standardized tests.
This paradox leads many parents and teachers to falsely believe that the student is either lazy, indisciplined, inattentive, or unmotivated. It gets even more confusing when their performance is inconsistent, making it difficult to discern between potential, ability, and effort.
To better identify the underlying cognitive and academic challenges, and to accurately diagnose any possible learning disabilities, we offer psychoeducational and neurological testing using evidence-based, standardized evaluations for children and adults.
Our work focuses on improvement in the following areas:
The end goal of psychoeducational tests (also known as psy-ed) is to equip yourself, your child, and the teachers at school with the right adaptive tools needed for the child to succeed in academic, socio-emotional, and professional realms.