Psychological Assessment Unit

Psychological Assessment Unit
Our psychological assessment unit is available to physicians, universities, schools and the general public to help them achieve their goals. With an estimated 900 children, students and adults assessed each year, it is the largest assessment unit of its kind in the area. Psychological evaluations provide a more complete understanding of the patient. This understanding can help inform others to make appropriate decisions. Our psychologists have all received the highly specialized academic and professional training required to administer and interpret the psychological tests.

Common Types of Assessments
- Independent Education Evaluations (IEE) for:
      Learning Disorders
      Reading Disorder (also known as Dyslexia)
      Mathematics Disorder (also known as Dyscalculia)
      Disorder of Written Expression
      Learning Disorders of Other Types
      Mental Retardation (MR)
      Nonverbal Learning Disability
      Pervasive Developmental Disorders
      Autistic Disorder
      Asperger’s Disorder
      Pervasive Developmental Disorder
- Giftedness
- Determining Eligibility for Special Education Services
- Determining the most appropriate level of instructional materials to be used for a variety of tasks
- Diagnostic Clarification
- Depression/Anxiety or other Psychological Disorders
- Pre-Surgical Gastric Bypass
- Pre-Surgical Chronic Pain
- Impasses in Therapy or Treatment
- Medical Noncompliance
- Social Security Disability Evaluations

Primary Areas of Assessment
- Intelligence/IQ
- Academic Achievement
- Adaptive Behavior
- Cognitive Ability
- Attention/Concentration
- Executive Functioning
- Personality
- Social/Emotional Functioning
- Language
- Memory
- Central Processing
- Third Party Analyses – Review of records, phone calls with other professionals
- Interview/Behavior Observations

Rights and Responsibilities of Test Takers: Guidelines and Expectations:

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