We offer a detailed neuropsychological evaluation and written report, identifying the specific learning disabilities and/or attention disorders a child is experiencing. Based on the findings of our assessment, we offer recommendations for school and home. Evaluations consider emotional, biological and environmental factors.
There are times when a recommendation simply isn’t enough. A school may have a different opinion about what a child needs in the way of supportive educational services. When that happens, our center seeks the assistance of professional advocates to insure that our recommendations are strongly presented and implemented. The advocates we work with help children get the services they require for the type of education that fits their learning needs.
At the Center for Attention and Learning, we help families and children by educating them about the type of learning disability they are dealing with, the challenges they face, and help equip them with the necessary tools for approaching the future with hope and determination.
For services that our center isn’t able to offer directly to our families, we provide reliable referrals to other agencies that provide the required service, such as tutoring, psychotherapy, and after school programs.