Assessment Options

LDA Minnesota provides a continuum of testing to help address learning needs across the lifespan.  Please call us at 952-582-6000 for more information and help on determining which testing is best for you or your child.

Specific Learning Disabilities Assessment confirms or rules out diagnosis of a Specific Learning Disability (SLD), profiles intellectual functioning, highlights academic strengths and weaknesses, identifies information processing problems, provides required documentation to access disability support services (if eligible), and suggests additional resources and support. ($1,075)

ADHD Evaluation (includes LD Assessment) confirms or rules out and identifies which type of ADHD and and/or LD. Profiles information on academic achievement, intellectual ability and recommendations for improving learning outcome. ($1,475, includes a learning assessment)

GED Accommodation Assessment determines whether accommodations may be requested for GED testing according to GED standards, identifies academic strengths and weaknesses, measures cognitive ability, and, if appropriate, provides GED-required accommodation forms.($1,075)

Early Reading Profile is for children ages 5-9. The profile summarizes a young reader's strengths and weaknesses in areas of phonological processing and basic reading skills, may indicate whether the reader is at risk for future reading difficulties and provides recommendations for reading instruction.

Ability Testing, also known as intelligence or cognitive testing. This testing evaluates the person’s ability to learn. It is typically used in conjunction with achievement testing to determine whether a person has a learning disability. Ability testing is also helpful in evaluating for ADHD as well as determining cognitive strengths and weaknesses.

Achievement Testing evaluates the level of academic learning that has taking place in the areas of math, reading or writing. It is typically used in conjunction with ability testing to determine whether a person has a learning disability. Achievement testing is also helpful in evaluating for dyslexia.

 


For more information, email LDA Minnesota or call 952-582-6000.