Focus Assessment for Reading Comprehension and Executive Function +++
Reading Comprehension, Eye-Teaming,
Anxiety, & Executive Function Assessment
Our Focus Assessment is designed to address the following challenges:
- What your major concerns are, and then assess your child's
- Present Level of Reading, reading comprehension, Reading Speed and Vocabulary Level
- Math and write skills
- Visual acuity and visual processing skills
- Working memory and motor skill
- We can then discuss with you:
- Your child's present reading speed and comprehension level
- The extent to which attention, eye-teaming, working memory, processing speed and anxiety issues surfaced that might be holding your child back
- Provide suggestions you can use at home and at school
- Offer you a targeted, integrated, engaging and effective option for your child and you that focuses on how you can help your child to be all he or she can be
Call us at 561-361-7495 to discuss how you
can make the difference for your child
To discuss your situation and the Focus Assessment
call us at 561-361-7495
Eye-teaming issues are often missed or misunderstood. We can show you difficulties your child has in this area.
For students in 4th grade and above, our reading assessment evaluates a student's reading speed and comprehension (not oral fluency). Students read longer passages and the results show their reading comprehension and silent fluency, as well as their vocabulary level. Most schools assess students by having them read a short passage aloud, without testing their comprehension.
Our visual motor assessment often identifies students who are lacking fine and gross motor skills that impact learning. This includes difficulties with coordination and balance.
One mom commented,
“My child’s school told me her reading was a year below grade level, now I discovered her comprehension was 3 years below grade level. I never understood this before”
Another mom commented,
"The eye-doctor said there was no issue, I now see my child skips words and lines when reading. I also saw examples of how this could be improved"