• Learning Disability Evaluations
Common symptoms associated with
attention problems or learning disabilities
include:

  • Underachievement in one or more
    areas (e.g. reading, math, writing)
    either due to poor performance or
    incomplete work in a given area
  • Trouble reading fluently or poor
    reading comprehension
  • Poor spelling skills
  • Difficulty sustaining attention or focus which manifests itself in large information
    gaps
  • Frequently distracted by extraneous stimuli
  • Often loses items necessary for task completion
  • Often "on the go" or talks excessively
  • Blurts out answers before questions have been completed or interrupts others
    frequently
  • Poor social skills
  • Anxious or depressed mood, increased irritability, isolative behaviors or tendency
    to miss school or work
An accurate diagnosis is necessary for the implementation of services or
accommodations that individuals may be legally entitled to receive.  It is also important to
monitor and treat any emotional problems that may be experienced as a result of social
and academic frustrations that can often accompany learning disabilities and AD/HD.
  • AD/HD Evaluations
  • Learning Styles/Strength Identification
  • Mental Health/Behavioral Concerns
  • School Consultation