Assessment Types

Every child is born unique. Sometimes, how best to help them learn can seem like a mystery. Cognitive and achievement testing can assist parents and teachers in identifying the most effective ways to help your child succeed in school. At BCCCAA, we offer a wide range of assessments, and our clinicians have a high rate of success in gaining accommodations if needed.


Screening for Learning Differences.

When you or your child’s teacher notices a difference in the way he or she learns, you can explore these concerns with a short screening test to guide you in whether additional testing and interviewing is necessary.


Cognitive/ IQ Testing.

Many elementary schools, high schools, colleges, and graduate programs require cognitive testing such as the Wechsler, Stanford-Binet, Woodcock-Johnson, Kaufman, and other tests for admission, accommodations, and identification of gifted students.


ADHD Testing.

By combining teacher and parent-report measures with attention testing, ADHD can be diagnosed and treated through coaching, tutoring, and group therapy.


Psychoeducational Assessment.

Cognitive and achievement testing can help parents and teachers learn how to understand and foster a child’s abilities for greater success in school.


Neuropsychological Assessment.

This evaluation surveys all higher cortical functions, including cognitive abilities, attention, memory, visual-spatial processing, language comprehension, and executive functioning skills. The purpose is to generate targeted interventions for the student.


Quick Results.

At BCCCAA, we typically complete our full report within 2-3 weeks of testing and are prepared to advocate on our clients’ behalf. We have a strong track record of gaining accommodations when needed.

If you are unsure of the specific assessment you may require, BCCCAA will provide you with a free consultation to evaluate your needs. Call today to schedule an appointment or to request that one of our associates contact you for further information.