Full Dyslexia Assessment for diagnosis – For over 7 years – Adult. – $825.00
A full range of language based assessments are used to determine if the student is suffering from dyslexia. This is a comprehensive assessment which will pin point deficits across the domains of reading, spelling and writing.
A report is provided outlining any accommodations required, strategies for the teacher and parent to use to increase skills and ideas for the teacher on how to help in the classroom. There is also information provided on dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia as appropriate to help with understanding and ideas for provisions and strategies to help the student cope at school.
Initial Assessment – $220.00
An initial consultation is used to determine a student’s current levels for reading and spelling. This includes a phoneme to grapheme checklist and a word level decoding and encoding assessment, a phonological, working memory and auditory discrimination screener. This is used for the development of an individual program and to instruct the tutor (where appropriate) ready for the student to start.
Results are emailed to the parent and the classroom teacher, outlining what will be covered in sessions.
Dyslexia Assessment – $440.00
This assessment can be used if a WISC or Woodcock Johnson has been carried out but a dyslexia or dyscalculic assessment is needed.
Junior Reading Assessment – For ages 5 – 7 – $440.00
This assessment is used for children under seven who are too young to go through a formal diagnosis. It uses language based assessments to determine if there are significant markers to suggest dyslexia or another condition which will affect, or is already causing, a student’s ability to learn to read successfully.
A report is provided for parents and teachers outlining any deficits and how that will affect their learning. A list of recommendations and strategies are listed for parents and teachers to support the child pick up the required skills.
Dyscalculic Assessment – $440.00
This assessment determines whether a student is suffering with dyscalculia or maths anxiety. It gives a detailed description of the areas of weakness and their mathematical behaviours.
A report is provided for parents and teachers outlining any deficits with a list of strategies for the student and teacher to use in the classroom.