An educational evaluation will identify:
- The presence of a learning disability, including dyslexia
- The unique needs of a student
- Educational interventions
- Accommodations necessary to enable a student to reach his/her academic goals
Early intervention and assessment is critical to the success of a child with learning disabilities. An educational evaluation consists of the use of standardized and non-standardized tests to assess student levels and challenges in academic and cognitive domains. The purpose of testing is to identify the presence of learning disabilities and to identify the unique needs of a student so that academic functioning is enhanced. Assessment allows a trained Educational Consultant to determine the appropriate interventions and accommodations necessary to enable a student to reach academic goals. Dee Rosenberg and Susan Miller are both approved providers by the International Dyslexia Association under the “educational diagnostician” category.
The fee for a full educational evaluation depends on the time required and the tests administered. Evaluation usually consist of two separate two-hour sessions. The standard fee for this service is $2,000 due at the time of service.
For additional information or to schedule an educational evaluation, please contact Susan Miller, MA, LDT-C, Coordinator of Educational Services, at 609-688-1280, ext. 215.