Learning Disability Testing


Learning disability evaluations for Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, or Dyscalculia are typically used to provide evidence of a Specific Learning Disorder as well as to identify academic strengths and weaknesses. This type of assessment can help guide workplace and academic accommodations, IEPs or 504 plans, and standardized (e.g., GRE, MCAT) testing accommodations. Learning disability evaluations can help prevent children from falling behind academically and socially, which can have lasting psychological effects. Our assessment process incorporates standardized and trusted measures. The following will be part of this type of evaluation:

  • Comprehensive interview with parents/guardians or client 
  • Extensive review of academic records and other relevant records 
  • Consultation with multiple sources aware of the client’s performance concerns and strengths 
  • Provision of relevant rating scales to other sources (e.g., teachers) 
  • Administration of standardized and trusted learning disability assessments (e.g., cognitive functioning, academic achievement, learning and memory) 
  • Detail-oriented interpretation of the rating scale and assessment results 
  • Comprehensive and concisely written report of the findings with recommendations suitable to the evaluation goals 
  • Review of findings in person to answer any questions the parent/guardian or client may have 
  • Consultation with school, workplace, testing center, or other requested consultee 

Call Interface Consulting and Psychological Services at (813) 421-2375 to schedule an appointment for learning disability testing for Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, or Dyscalculia.