COST & INCLUDES
Full evaluations are $2,100. (+travel, if required) US dollars and may include the following:
*For financial assistance [$1,200*], granted only for extreme hardship, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assessment cost is greatly reduced if you had recent similar testing.
- A comprehensive written report - View Sample Report
- Deficit identification, diagnosis, prognosis & recommendations
- Learning style identification & recommendations
- Assistive Technology Assessment, AT Recommendations, AT Plan with Resources
- Official letter of diagnosis
- Identification of pertinent legal protections
- Documentation meeting all federal, state and institutional requirements
- Limited ongoing client email and text consultations
- Email consultations with school officials
1. Contact Renee Newman, M.S., M.Ed., Educational Diagnostician, by email or call (313) 300-1901.
IQ and academic achievement tests are required.
- Complete the Background Information Form
- Complete the Dyscalculia Symptoms Checklist
- Complete the Learning Disabilities Checklist
- Complete Cambridge Cognitive Tests
- Complete Test of Number Sense
- select the 20-minute test
- download results as pdf and forward report
- Submit your complete academic records
2. Payment options:
- Receipts are formatted for submission for reimbursement from insurance or flex med spending accounts.
- In person by credit or debit card, or by check or cash.
- By sending check or money order payable to:
- "Dyscalculia.org": 7420 Calhoun Street, Dearborn, Michigan 48126 USA.
- By PayPal e-invoice via e-check, EFT, PayPal, credit card, debit card, or PayPal 6-month financing.
- E-payment: Amazon, Apple, Android, Google, Square, Venmo, etc.
3. Send copies of your complete* school record. *As complete as possible.
- [CA60 School Record Request Form]
- Dyscalculia.org, 7420 Calhoun Street, Dearborn, Michigan 48126 USA OR...
- We recommend taking your documents to an office store and having them scanned to a PDF file and then emailed to email@example.com.
- Include: Elementary, Secondary, and College records
- Include results of all standardized intelligence & academic tests (examples: IQ, WISC-III, IOWA, CAT, MEAP, NEAP, ACT, SAT, PSAT, Compass, RE)
4. Standardized IQ and achievement tests may be ordered
- Test results appear in written report
- Looking for significant gaps between IQ and performance
- Looking for pattern of strengths and weaknesses
- Looking for performance indicative of learning disorders
5. Public elementary & secondary students should immediately:
- Begin a formal journal to track process and progress.
- Record details of every action, communication, and relevant student experience.
- Print out the LD Checklist.
- Complete the LD Checklist and make a copy for the school.
- Compose a letter addressed to the school principal, requesting the student be tested for all areas of suspected disability indicated on the checklist.
- After receiving the written request, or teacher referral, the school has 30 days to respond to the request and to schedule an assessment.
- The assessment must be completed within 30 days of the scheduled date and
- Must conclude with an IEPC (Individual Education Programming Committee) meeting, held at a convenient place and time for all participants.
- Consult the US primer on Special Education Law & Process.
- Once all records are received and testing is completed, please allow 7-14 days for comprehensive review, analysis, and reporting.
- Reports with diagnostic summary are emailed as a PDF.
- School officials may email the evaluator regarding report, recommendations, accommodations, and education law compliance.
- Parents and students may email the evaluator for assistance at any time.