How It Works

Speech-Language Evaluations

These evaluations determine the presence or absence of a speech, language, or learning disorder and assess the client’s language functioning as associated with the possibility of a Specific Language Disability diagnosis. Evaluations also note differences that possibly exist between comprehension skills and expression, weaknesses in morphology and syntax/semantics, oral language ability versus written language skills, and a possible language effect on a child's academic performance and social interactions.


Evaluations determine a client’s need for intervention or the need to establish modifications and accommodations for educational purposes. These interventions may include skills centered on specific subjects, homework assistance, test-taking assistance, writing aid, and standardized tests or ACT preparation. In addition, we offer opportunities for in-classroom visits to ensure student success at school.

Strengths and Weaknesses

A student's strengths and potential weaknesses in academic settings are noted during the narrative portion of results. This accompanies each standardized tool administered. Intervention is then designed to draw from clients’ strengths and weaknesses to make up for any academic difficulties.