Learning Disability and AD/HD Assessment in Children and  Adults
Beverly McLean
Registered Psychologist

Learning Disabilities

  • affect at least 1 in 10 children
  • when undiagnosed can have negative consequences for the child and family
  • may result in difficulty with reading, writing, understanding, remembering and coordinating
  • are neurological and treatable
  • children with Learning Disabilities may have behaviour and attention problems, school anxiety or school refusal, low self esteem or depression
  • a thorough Learning Disability Assessment can clarify your child's strengths and needs, and assist in determining the most effective teaching approach.
  • a Learning Disability Assessment includes measures of cognitive  ability  achievement,  memory, attention, social and emotional functioning, and a review of academic performance.  A diagnosis (if present)  and recommendations are provided.

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