IN-HOME | Ages 6 to 11
Dyslexia screening is an assessment that identifies dyslexic tendencies in students aged 6–11 years. Screening can be beneficial for those students showing some signs of difficulty. It can play an important part in helping both specialist and non-specialist teachers distinguish between those individuals who are having general difficulties in literacy and those whose difficulties might be associated with dyslexia. Important Note
$250 Inclusive of in-home administration & report.
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IN-HOME | Ages 5 to 11
"My child is struggling to read."
"He's just not keeping up with his peers."
"She's having difficulty learning and it's destroying her confidence."
An assessment of learning strengths and weaknesses can tell us how a student learns and how teaching strategies can be adjusted to cater for individual learning strengths. The purpose of this assessment is not to label or diagnose, but rather to use the results to develop an understanding of how the child’s characteristics can inform how we teach and how they learn. Results might help provide information to support teachers, paediatricians, or other allied professionals in diagnostic and treatment options. The results can:
• examine children’s strengths in academic areas.
• screen for children who might be at risk of dyslexia.
• be used to design personalised learning experiences in the classroom.
• provide parents with strategies to support their child at home.
• identify appropriate referrals for further assessment (if required).
$750 Inclusive of all required sessions, feedback and report.
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