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Personalized Assessments: Tailoring Support to Your Needs 

Everyone’s journey is unique, requiring personalized assessments to determine the accommodations necessary for success. These assessments provide a comprehensive understanding of your specific requirements and challenges. By carefully evaluating your situation, experts can gather compelling documentation that supports your case. This documentation helps educational institutions grasp the accommodations needed to level the playing field and support your specialized test preparation.

5 Ways Psychological Testing Can Help You

1. Testing Is Comprehensive

You may have been wondering if your child has learning or attention problems or may be experiencing struggles with their mood. Our assessments can provide you with more details and more answers.  For many, several factors contribute to challenges.  These factors can include learning difficulties, poor executive functioning, or mood and behaviour concerns.  Psychological testing can assess all these factors, helping you and your child understand them. 

2. Testing Can Answer Many Questions At Once 

Testing can provide a full picture of your abilities. This results in a unique profile of your child’s areas of strength and weakness. Often people who seek evaluation have several questions or concerns.  A comprehensive evaluation can assess each of these concerns. Psychological testing can help you understand how they might relate, or, help determine which concern is causing the most trouble.

3. Testing Is Collaborative

A collaborative approach to evaluation is necessary to achieve success.  As part of the evaluation, a clinician will gather data and information from many sources. This may include parents, teachers, loved ones, and other medical providers.  Comprehensive information will help the clinician better understand your child as a whole, including how struggles show up in different environments.  Having accurate data leads to more accurate assessment and diagnosis.  Accurate information from many sources also helps the clinician provide tailored recommendations for you.

4. Testing Can Give You A Plan For Your Success

Psychological testing can help you understand your child’s unique learning profile and mental makeup. A comprehensive evaluation can also help you understand your child’s potential treatment needs.  After testing, a psychologist will meet with you and your child. Here, they will review the  testing results and make recommendations for interventions.  These recommendations may include in-school interventions such as extra testing time, organization supports, and prioritized seating. Outside of school, a psychologist may recommend psychotherapy to address mood or behaviour concerns.

5. Testing Can Help You Better Understand Yourself

It can be difficult to face barriers towards social, educational, cognitive, and professional needs. The stress that accompanies these experiences can leave your child feeling defeated. Psychological testing can give you the information you need. With it, your child can gain support in learning and in life. You’ll be able to understand how your child’s brain works, how they problem-solve, and how they view new experiences and tasks. Psychological testing can help them understand themselves.