How much does an evaluation cost?
The cost of the evaluation varies depending on the individual and what testing procedures are being used. Giftedness or school readiness evaluations which are shorter in duration cost less compared to a detailed psychoeducational evaluation for learning difficulties. Please call our office for detailed pricing.
How long is an evaluation?
The length of the evaluation depends on the specific testing situation but usually takes 2 to 3 two hour sessions. The final session will include feedback regarding testing results and specific recommendations for school, career or place of work.
Will you provide a report?
Clients will receive a detailed and integrated report of all testing results and recommendations one to two weeks after the last session.
Can testing results be shared with other professionals?
Advanced Psychological Assessments can forward testing results and recommendations to identified parties with your consent.
Who performs the evaluations?
The psychoeducational and psychological evaluations are all performed by licensed psychologists with significant experience and expertise in testing and assessment. Our psychiatrists (all M.Ds.) oversee and the Quotient Testing, an FDA approved computerized test that provides information about ADHD.
What Are Some Common Reasons for An Evaluation?
Evaluations are often suggested by schools, the workplace, or a treating therapist, for the following:
What kinds of tests will be administered?
What should I bring with me?
For children, please bring copies of grading, IEP or school/daycare reports to the interview. Adults may want to bring copies of work evaluations or reviews.
A testing session can last several hours, so it is a good idea to bring snacks, especially for children.