Diagnostic Evaluation: Why is it important? An assessment can determine strengths and weaknesses with your child's reading and learning processes. Based on the results, the number of hours for intervention will be recommended. The testing is done in one day. Reading Level and in-depth information regarding their child's abilities. My focus with each Diagnostic Comprehensive Reading Evaluation is to determine the child's individual strengths and weakness areas. Skills covered include Oral Reading, Silent Reading, Phonological Awareness, Decoding Skills and Critical Thinking Skills.
The testing will identify the specific areas of strengths and targeted areas for improvement. Your written report will provide you with the thorough information of your child's reading abilities.
If the Parent would like for me to meet with the Student's Teacher to explain the Assessment, that can be scheduled.