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Assessment to identify Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a learning difference that affects reading, writing, and spelling. It's not a reflection of intelligence, but rather a different way the brain processes language. If you or your child are struggling with these skills, a professional assessment can provide answers and a path forward.

Who Can Benefit from a Dyslexia Assessment?

Our psychology center specializes in understanding learning differences. We offer comprehensive assessments for:

  • Children with Reading Difficulties: If your child is struggling to learn to read, is falling behind peers, or shows a strong dislike for reading and writing, an assessment can determine if dyslexia is a factor.

  • Adults with Lifelong Challenges: Dyslexia can go undiagnosed for years. If you've always struggled with reading, writing, or spelling, an adult assessment can finally shed light on your difficulties and offer strategies for success.

  • Individuals with a Family History of Dyslexia: Dyslexia often runs in families. If you have relatives with dyslexia, an assessment can be preventative and informative, even if you haven't noticed significant difficulties yourself.

  • Anyone Seeking to Understand Their Learning Style: Even if you're not experiencing significant challenges, a dyslexia assessment can provide valuable insights into your unique learning strengths and weaknesses.

Our Approach:

Our psychologists are experts in assessing and supporting individuals with dyslexia. We offer:

  • Comprehensive Dyslexia Evaluations: We utilize standardized tests and clinical interviews to assess phonological awareness, decoding skills, reading fluency, spelling, and other language-related abilities.

  • Individualized Assessment Reports: You'll receive a detailed report explaining the results of the assessment, a diagnosis (if applicable), and personalized recommendations for support.

  • Connections to Resources: We can connect you with tutors, educational therapists, and other professionals who specialize in dyslexia intervention.

  • Strategies for Success: We provide guidance on how to navigate academic or professional environments with dyslexia, including accommodations and assistive technology.

Take the First Step Towards Understanding

Don't let dyslexia hold you or your child back. Contact our neuropsychology center today to schedule an assessment and discover how we can help unlock your full potential.

Additional Tips:

  • Highlight Positive Language: Emphasize that dyslexia is a difference, not a deficit. Focus on the strengths that often accompany dyslexia, such as creativity and problem-solving skills.

  • Call to Action: Make it clear and easy for people to take the next step by providing contact information or a link to schedule an appointment.

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