Learning Difficulty Testing
Learning Difficulties is a broad term which refers to the difficulty of learning new information, processing the world around us, and communicating wants and needs effectively. Three of the more common learning difficulties are Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, and Dysgraphia, but the term includes all diagnosis that effects a child in these key learning areas.
Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC)
The WISC-V takes 45–65 minutes to administer. It generates a Full Scale IQ (formerly known as an intelligence quotient or IQ that represents a child's general intellectual ability. It also provides five primary index scores: Verbal Comprehension Index, Visual Spatial Index, Fluid Reasoning Index, Working Memory Index, and Processing Speed Index. These indices represent a child's abilities in discrete cognitive domains.
Woodcock Johnson Test
The Woodcock Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities are IQ tests devised by Woodcock and Johnson in the late 1970’s. The Woodcock Johnson Tests were revised most recently in 2014 and this latest version is commonly called the WJ IV test. The Woodcock Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities can be given to children from the age of 2 through adulthood. The Woodcock Johnson tests cover a wide range of cognitive skills.
Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test | Second Edition
The Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test (abbreviated as Bender-Gestalt test) is a psychological test used by practitioners that assesses visual-motor functioning, developmental disorders, and neurological impairments in children ages 3 and older and adults. The test consists of nine index cards picturing different geometric designs. The cards are presented individually and test subjects are asked to copy the design before the next card is shown. Test results are scored based on the accuracy and organization of the reproductions.
Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals (CELF-5)
The Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals (CELF-5) is designed to assess a child's language and communication skills in a variety of contexts, determine the presence of a language disorder, describe the nature of the language disorder and plan for intervention or treatment.