Psychoeducational Assessments

Psych Ed Information



 Psychoeducational assessment (Learning Disability assessment) can help a person identify his/her learning style. It can identify learning disabilities, ADHD, giftedness and more.

It assesses: 

  • Language skills
  • Memory
  • Learning
  • Attention/ concentration
  • Intelligence
  • Planning/Executive Functioning
  • Reading (phonetic skills,reading comprehension)
  • Spelling/Writing
  • Mathematics
  • Academic fluency (speed of reading, writing, calculating)
  • Listening comprehension
  • Oral expressive skills
Typical Format

Initial Parent Meeting (First Session) – This session gives a chance for us to get a clearer idea of the challenges at hand and gives parents a chance to voice their concerns and ask questions.

Testing Sessions (Typically about 5 testing sessions -1-hour for each session depending on the individual.

Feedback Session– This session gives us an opportunity to review and go over findings with parents and answer any questions you may have.

Report Writing and Scoring 3-4 HRS (Report will be available approximately 2-4 weeks after the feedback appointment).

Surrey Office:
#12 – 15243 –  91st Avenue
Surrey, BC   V3R 9K2
Phone: 604.584.3450

West Vancouver:

#110 – 585 16th Street
West Vancouver, BC V7V 3R8.

Richmond Office:

3688 Cessna Drive
Richmond, BC, V7B 1C7
Phone: 604.207.1984