A psychoeducational assessment examines various areas related to your learning and academic skills.
Such assessments can provide diagnostic clarification and help identify your particular learning strengths and areas of challenge, including:
- Specific learning disorders
- Intellectual disability
Recommendations for improvement strategies and school or work accommodations are provided on the basis of your learning profile.
The psychoeducational assessment may also be combined with formal assessment of ADHD or other mental health condition, if indicated.
Note that, under Canadian law, only medical doctors and psychologists can diagnose mental health disorders.
If you would like to know whether you have a specific diagnostic condition, such as a specific learning disorder, a Saterra assessment psychologist will conduct a thorough psychoeducational assessment for you.