K-12 Learning Disability, Attention, and Dyslexia Assessment
If you are concerned about your child’s literacy or math development, and would like your child evaluated, clinic faculty and staff would like to help you and your children achieve your goals.
Housed in the HEDCO Clinic, the Center on Teaching and Learning (CTL) Assessment and Intervention Clinic conducts learning evaluations to assess:
- academic functioning in the areas of literacy and mathematics
- learning difficulties related to attention and behavior
- risk factors and characteristics associated with dyslexia and dyscalculia
Under the supervision of licensed school psychologists and special education teachers, advanced Graduate students in the College of Education conduct assessments, summarize results, and build individualized learning reports for families. Each report details:
- students’ strengths and weaknesses
- strategies for intervention
- recommendations for next steps and additional support
Assessment service expansion for formal identification of dyslexia, ADHD, and other learning-related disabilities across the school-age continuum (grades K-12) is planned to begin in 2018.
All literacy assessment services provided rely on recommendations from the National Center on Improving Literacy (www.improvingliteracy.org).
Call today for more information about fees or to set an appointment (541-346-4314), or visit us at http://ctlreadingclinic.uoregon.edu.