Psychoeducational (Learning Disorder/ ADHD): A psychoeducational test is a comprehensive analysis of various academic domains (i.e. math, reading, writing). The psychoeducational will provide strengths and weaknesses, as well as identify specific learning disorders. The attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder tests will consist of assessing through qualitative and quanitiavely academic history, family interview, medical records (if available), self-report symptoms. These symptoms may include inattention, impulsively, and hyperactivity.
Developmental/Adaptive/ Autism Spectrum Disorder: A developmental testing assesses the individual ability to function on a day-to-day basis. These critical factors include communication, social skills, cognitive, self-care, money management, and problem-solving.