Many high school students need an evaluation to determine eligibility for testing accommodations or placement in learning assistance programs. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, students with disabilities may qualify for accommodations during standardized testing (e.g., SAT, ACT and AP). The guiding principle is that only with these accommodations would the tests accurately reflect the student's true abilities and knowledge. The following are common test accommodations:
Some colleges offer comprehensive programs for students with disabilities. These colleges have staff that specialize in disabilities and often offer courses in areas such as:
Educational Insight can document a wide range of disabilities (attentional, emotional, learning, etc). We follow the guidelines set forth by the Educational Testing Service and American Psychological Association to ensure quality and comprehensiveness.
To arrange for a consultation or an evaluation, please contact us.