Do you or someone you love have difficulty learning?
Learning disability testing can help unravel the mystery of what is really going on! You can find out if you have dyslexia (a reading disability), a writing disability, or a math disability. Learn what strengths and areas of needed support are and find out if you qualify to get access to accommodations!
If you think you or someone you love has a Learning Disability call us at 720-583-9332 to learn about our diagnostic process and how it can help with success at school or work!
If you need a Learning Disability evaluation completed you have come to the right place. At Mountain Vista Psychology, we complete Learning Disability testing for children, teens, and adults. We ensure a thorough Learning Disability evaluation is completed so you understand strengths and areas of needed support. We use gold standard tests recognized by K-12 schools, colleges, and standardized testing boards (i.e., ACT, SAT, etc.). After Learning Disability testing is complete we write a report and have an in-person feedback session with you to go over test results. We will answer questions and discuss recommendations going forward. It is our intention that after completing an evaluation you have a greater sense of understanding. We want you to feel empowered to take the next steps to improve life.
Here is a brief overview of our Learning Disability testing services:
Interview: During the interview we gain background information. Through this process we get an understanding of strengths and areas of struggle. We assess for co-existing difficulties so we can get a full understand of what to recommend to you going forward.
WISC-V IQ/WAIS-IV IQ: This testing looks at the ability to learn new information visually and verbally. Working memory and processing speed are also tested.
Woodcock Johnson-IV: Academic testing measures reading, writing, and math skills.
Extra testing: If your primary concern is reading, we may recommend one or both of the following:
The Gray Oral Reading Tests-Fifth Edition (GORT-5): The GORT-5 is one of the most widely used measures of oral reading fluency and comprehension. The GORT-5 allows us to gain a deeper understanding of reading fluency and comprehension levels.
The Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing – Second Edition (CTOPP-2): The CTOPP-2 is a targeted assessment of phonological skills. These skills are needed to successfully sound out new words.
We are able to determine whether you or your child has a Dyslexia diagnosis, which is a common Learning Disability Diagnosis. We also test for Dyscalculia diagnosis (math disability diagnosis) and a Specific Learning Disability in Written Expression. We serve those living in Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker, Greenwood Village, and other communities in the Denver Metro area.
We know how challenging having learning differences can be, therefore, we and are here to help. Take the first step and call our office at 720-583-9332. You can make your appointment or we offer a 20 minute free phone consultation to discuss your needs. While we run a busy practice, we are never too busy to help you. We welcome the opportunity to chat with you.