The goal of an assessment is to clearly identify the existence and evaluate the impact of a neurological (from birth) or acquired (from brain injury) learning disability, attention deficit, or other learning difficulty. A comprehensive assessment includes not only standardized test results and interpretation, but also history, observation, and analysis of the functional limitations of a learning difficulty on the adult’s performance in school, work, and life.
Please contact your site manager for more information on how to refer a diagnostic assessment for your ABE student.
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