This is a community-recommended list of professionals who assess for dyslexia. If you would like to share your experience with dyslexia assessment, please take a brief survey HERE.

These individuals are either self-recommended or recommended by a member of the Dyslexic Advantage community. Dyslexic Advantage does not investigate or endorse any of these individuals. A listing is shared here in order to help your research.

Last updated November 11, 2017. Please bear with us as we continue to add recommendations below.

ALABAMA
From: a Teacher
Paula Williams  Huntsville AL 35803
[email protected] phone: 256-603-9895
Credentials:  Masters level educational professional or educational therapist, SLP, Tutor
Ages: Pre-K-through 6, Middle School, High School
Category of Tests: Comprehensive testing (accommodations for school, strengths, gifted 2e)
Phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, working memory
Tests: WISC, WJ ACH, CTOPP, Gray Oral Reading
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: 1.5x Time, Option to Type or Keyboard, note-taker, Formula Card, Option to Dictate Work
This assessment helped us… understand challenges and strengths, accommodations for K-12 school
Mrs. William’s written narrative sections of each report explains clearly what was tested in that section, the name of the test, the scores obtained and what those scores mean for the child. The summary and recommendations sections are wonderful, and each parent leaves with an idea of what to do with the information given.

ARKANSAS
From:  a parent or other family member. Sandy.
Melissa Hannah.
North Little Rock AR 72118.
melissahann[email protected]  phone: 501-301-4634.
Credentials: Speech language pathologist
Ages: Pre-K through 6, Middle School and High School,College Entrance
Category of Tests: Phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, working memory.
Tests: CTOPP, Test of Adolescent Language -4 Woodcock Reading Mastery Test-III Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement-3
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: 1.5x Time.
This assessment helped us…understand strengths and challenges, get accommodations in college. Being a dyslexia interventionist, I was very aware and recognized my granddaughter’s weaknesses as well as her strengths. We began her intervention in second grade. She had limited struggles during high school. However, entering a community college’s nursing program has challenged her. Her weaknesses of slow processing and rapid recall have made the large amounts of reading difficult. She did not have an official “diagnosis” until she finally relented to testing this past December. She just maintained the attitude her grandmother “thought” she was dyslexic! But now she is a believer, and is therefore more determined to become a registered nurse, her dream career.

CALIFORNIA

From: a professional. Mia.
CPMC Kalmanovitz Child Development Center  San Francisco CA 94109
http://www.cpmc.org/advanced/pediatrics/services/child_development.html
phone: 415-600-62–
Credentials: a Doctor or Psychologist, a Masters level educational professional or Educational Therapist
Ages: Middle and high school.
Category of Tests: Phonological awareness, attention, reading, writing, spelling, working memory.
Tests: WISC (Weschler Children) IQ testing, WAIS (Weschsler Adult) IQ testing, Wechsler Individual Achievement Tests, Woodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement, Woodcock Johnson Cognitive Abilities Test, CTOPP – Comprehensive Tests of Phonological Processing, RAN RAS  – Rapid Automatized Naming & Alternating Stimulus, Nelson Denny Reading Test, Gray Oral Reading Test, WRAT (Wide Range Achievement Test), CELF – Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals
Costs: $$ Medium
This assessment helped us…understand strengths and challenges, accommodations for K-12 school, college, standardized tests, work.

From: a professional (certified Barton tutor). Victoria.
Darcy Thompson  Redding CA 96001  http://thompsonreadingclinic.com
[email protected]  phone: 530-243-1052.
Credentials: Masters level educational professional or Educational Therapist
Ages:PreK through 6, Middle and High School, College Entrance.
Category of Tests basic and comprehensive testing, report supporting accommodations for school, standardized tests, strengths
Tests: Phonological awareness, Reading, Writing, Spelling, Working Memory, Attention
Costs: $ Low.
This assessment helped us…understand strengths and challenges, accommodations for K-12 school and standardized tests. Phenomenal resource. Ms Thompson is an expert at identifying learning struggles and choosing appropriate remediation. I have worked with her for several years, and refer all of my tutoring clients to her for initial eval and follow-up progress monitoring. She is dedicated to helping students and their families, and is both professional and personable. If asked, I would give her a 10 out of 10 rating

From: a parent or other family member. Terrie.
Dr. Oren Boxer  http://orenboxerphd.com  [email protected]
Clinical Neuropsychologist (PSY 24357) WESTSIDE: 11340 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite 250 Los Angeles, CA 90064 EASTSIDE: 595 E. Colorado Blvd. Mezzanine Pasadena, CA 91101 Phone: 626.765.4482 (both offices) Fax: 888.887.6256 Email: [email protected]
Credentials:Doctor or psychologist
Ages: PreK through 6, Middle and High School, College Entrance.
Category of Tests: Comprehensive testing, report for accommodations at school and standardized tests, student’s strengths, identified gifted and or twice exceptional abilities
Tests: Phonological awareness, reading, writing, attention, working memory, math, spelling
Costs:$$$ High.
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: 
Option to dictate work, write in test booklet, note-taker.
This assessment helped us…Get accommodations for K-12 school, understand strengths and challenges. Dr Boxer is exceptional in his bedside manner , had a wonderful rapport with my daughter and explains everything throughly ,also worked with the classroom teacher with accomodations

GEORGIA

From a Parent: Teresa
Andrew Mantini PhD, Judy Wolman PhD Sandy Springs Psychological
http://judywolmanphd.com  Sandy Springs, GA 30328
phone: 404-255-1032
Credentials: Doctor or Psychologist
Ages: Pre-K through 6, Middle, High School
Category of Tests: Comprehensive Testing (accommodations for school, standardized tests, discussion of student’s strengths, identified gifted and / or 2E issues)
Tests: Reading, writing, spelling, math, working memory, attention; WISC, WIAT, WJAIT, WJCogAT, CTOPP, Ran RAS, Gray Oral Reading, CEL (Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals, Connors 3, PPVT-4, TOWL-3, Bender Gestalt 2, DTVMI 6, TVPS-3, WJIV Oral Language, CAVLT-2, BRIEF2, Brown ADD, Rapidly Recurring Target Figures Test, Trail Making, MASc-2, Draw  person, Kinetic Family Drawing, Biggest Problem Drawing
Costs:$$$
Accommodations Obtained After Testing 
1.5 x Time, Option to type or Keybaoard, note-taker, tests in quiet, distraction-free environment, not marked off for spelling, close to instructional area, careful placement in foreign language classes, access to audiotextsts, opt of notes
This assessment helped us… understand challenges, strengths, get accommodations K-12 school and standardized tests.

From a parent or other family member who is also a teacher. Kim.
Stephanie Hurst Perleberg, PHD http://www.northpointpsychology.com
Alpharetta GA 30005  [email protected]  phone: 678-971-2386   X115
Credentials: Doctor or psychologist.
Ages: PreK-6, Middle and High School, College Entrance, College and Adult, Workplace.
Category of Tests: Comprehensive testing. Report that supported accommodations at school and for standardized tests. Discussion of Strengths.
Tests: Reading, writing, spelling, math, working memory, attention, phonological awareness. WISC (Weschler Children) IQ testing, Wechsler Individual Achievement TestsWoodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement, Woodcock Johnson Cognitive Abilities Test, CTOPP – Comprehensive Tests of Phonological Processing, RAN RAS  – Rapid Automatized Naming & Alternating Stimulus, WRAT (Wide Range Achievement Test), CELF – Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamental
Costs: Insurance covered costs. Doctor worked with Medicaid, highly unusual!
Accommodations Obtained After Testing:  Our State does not “recognize” dyslexia and therefore will not accommodate it specifically. Even with this formal evaluation they only mentioned the word dyslexia in “parent concerns” portion of the IEP. However they addressed each individual area as it’s own “problem”. They placed my daughter in a SLD full day special education classroom to address her “Language Deficit”. Instead we used our state’s SB10 Funds to place her in a Private school that specialized in dyslexia and even though they do not follow an IEP per se, they do work their own version of one for my daughter addressing her specific needs. She is thriving! Now we are having our son evaluated by Dr. Perleberg because we believe him to be Dyslexic even though he is an “A” student. I noticed an issue with his spelling and Dr. Perleberg agreed. She is working the insurance process to get him approved for testing.
This assessment helped us...understand strengths and challenges, get accommodations for K-12 school and standardized tests.

ILLINOIS
From a Parent: Dawn
Valerie Scarmella-Nowinski PsyD  Orland Park IL 60452
[email protected]  phone: 708-403-9000
Credentials: Doctor or Psychologist
Ages: Pre-K through 6, Middle and High School, College Entrance
Category of Tests: Comprehensive Testing (accommodations for school and standardized tests, strengths, gifted / 2E), phonological awareness, reading, attention, working memory, math, spelling, writing
Tests: WISC IQ, WAIS IQ, WIAT, CTOPP, CELF, Gray Oral Reading, RAN RAS
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: 
Formula card, write in test booklet, option to dictate work, calculator, note-taker, option to type or keyboard, 1.5 x time
This assessment helped us… accommodations for work, K-12 school, standardized tests, understand strengths and challenges.

Dr. Mantini at this office is great. My daughter enjoyed the time she spent with him. His conference with us was very thorough and he allowed plenty of time for us to ask all of our questions. His written report was excellent and did include the wording “…consistent with dyslexia” under diagnostic code F81.0 for those schools who really need it spelled out for them (because they are dense, bless their hearts).

KANSAS
From: Self
Allison Winters, MEd CC-SLP
http://www.speechabilityllc.com  Shawnee Mission KS 66216
[email protected]  phone: 913-777-4757
Credentials:Speech language pathologist
Ages: PreK-6, Middle and High School, College Entrance.
Category of Tests: Spelling, Writing, Reading, Phonological awareness, speech-language
Tests: CELF – Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals,  Gray Oral Reading Test, CTOPP – Comprehensive Tests of Phonological Processing, WIST-Word Identification and Spelling Test TOWRE-2: Test of Word Reading Efficiency
Costs: $$ Medium
I give comprehensive language and literacy evaluations and am able to assign DSM codes when appropriate.

 

MASSACHUSETTS
From a Parent: Laura
Dr. Elizabeth Goodall  Ipswich MA 01938
[email protected]  phone: 978356-3989
Credentials: Doctor or Psychologist
Ages: PreK-6, Middle, High School, College Entrance, College and Adult, Workplace
Category of Tests: Comprehensive testing, accommodations for school and standardized tests, discussion of strengths, gifted or 2E twice exceptional
Phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, math, working memory, attention
Tests: Gray Oral Reading, CTOPP Comprehensive Tests of Phonological Processing, WJ CogAT, WJ Ach, WIAT, WISC IQ
Costs: Money spent is all relative depending on the goal. Yes, good professional testing is expensive but if you don’t have a thorough test and report then it’s a waste of time and you do your kid a disservice in the long run
Accommodations After This Testing: Option to dictate work, write in test booklet, note-taker, 1.5x time

Assessment and thorough report helped us advocate for and gain the appropriate school placement. Our child was 3 grades behind her peers in elementary school. Due to the assessment and our advocacy our child was placed at a private middle school who specializes in teaching kids with LD, today our child is back in public school taking AP History and Honors English and is happy!

MICHIGAN
From a parent or other family member.
Patty Barrons  gtdyslexiaservices.com
Tranverse City MI 49684
[email protected] phone: 231-929-7485
Credentials: a Masters level educational professional or Educational Therapist
Ages: PreK-6
Category of Tests Comprehensive testing. Report for school accommodations and standardized tests.
Tests: phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, working memory
CTOPP, Slosson Inteligence Test Slingerland Test, Dibels
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing  
Option to dictate work, note-taker, option to type or keyboard, 2x time. Patty provided many accommodations to help my son be successful in the classroom.
This assessment helped us…accommodations for standardized tests and K-12 school, understand strengths and challenges. 

Patty worked with us even after my son was done with his initial evaluation and tutoring services. She always provided helpful guidance and support for me and my son as we navigated our way through school. I highly recommend getting in touch with Patty and discussing options for your child. She was a instrumental part of my son’s educational success.

From a parent or other family member who is also a teacher. Melissa
Brains Potential  Grand Rapids, MI 49525
brainspotential.com
[email protected]  phone: 616-365-8920
Credentials: Doctor or psychologist, Masters level educational professional or educational therapist
Ages:PreK through 6, Middle and High School
Category of Tests: Comprehensive testing, report to support accommodations at school and standardized tests, discussion of student’s strengths. Attention, working memory, math, spelling, writing, reading, phonological awareness.
Tests: CTOPP, WIAT, WASI, WRAML, SDMT, Trail-making Test, H-DCT Cancellation, Rey-Osterreith Figure, Spence Children’s Anxiety
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing
504 Plan reading and math intervention, test read to her, shortened assignments for mastery, extra time, excused to a different room for testing, assignments ahead of time.
This assessment helped us… Accommodations for standardized tests and school, strengths and challenges. Most important, helped our daughter feel whole again by allowing her to understand wh she is not at the same place as her peers and know she is not stupid.

MINNESOTA

From: a professional. Sasha.
Ray Boyd at Groves Academy
Minneapolis, MN 55416  phone: 952-920-6377.
Credentials: doctor or psychologist.
Ages: PreK-6, middle and high school.
Category of Tests: Comprehensive testing for dyslexia, accommodations at school, included strengths.
Tests: phonological awareness, reading, working memory, attention, math, spelling, writing. Gray Oral Reading Test. CELF – Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals. RAN RAS  – Rapid Automatized Naming & Alternating Stimulus. CTOPP – Comprehensive Tests of Phonological Processing. Woodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement. WISC (Weschler Children) IQ testing
Costs: $$ Medium
This assessment helped us…accommodations for K-12 school, strengths and challenges

MISSOURI

From: Self.
Reading Solutions for All   http://readingsolutionsforall.com  Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
[email protected]  phon: 573-609-2294
Credentials: a Masters level educational professional or Educational Therapist, a Speech language pathologist, a Tutor
Ages: PreK-6, Middle and High School, College and Adult
Category of Tests: basic and comprehensive screening for dyslexia, report for school and standardized tests, discussion of strengths, identified gifted and or 2E needs
Tests: Phonological awareness, Reading, Writing, Spelling, Math, Working Memory, Attention, adaptive behavior. CTOPP – Comprehensive Tests of Phonological Processing, CELF – Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals, KBIT2, KTEA, Functional Vision, WOLD Copy Test – Screening; P.A.S.T., Letter Teams, Reversals, Rapid-Naming Number/Letters, Parent Intake Form, School Work Samples, Communication with School Educators with parent permission, Adaptive Behavior Scale
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing 1.5x Time, 2x Time, Option to Type or Keyboard, Note-taker, Calculator. Write in Test Booklet. Option to Dictate Work, support scribe, Dragon for computer work, allow typed lessons instead of written
This assessment helped us…understand strengths and challenges, accommodations for K-12 school, college, standardized tests, and work. his team of diagnosticians has approximately 30 years of experience in special education classroom teaching and testing, as well as a licensed Speech and Language Pathologist.We have worked with Pre-School through young adults.

NEW JERSEY
From a parent or other family member. Jane.
Dr. Richard Selznick at Cooper Learning Center
http://shutdownlearner.com  Voorhees, NJ 08043.
[email protected]  phone: 856-673-4900.
Credentials: Doctor or Psychologist.
Ages:PreK-6, Middle and High School, College Entrance, College and Adult.
Category of Tests: Comprehensive testing. Report for accommodations at school and for standardized tests.
Tests: Phonological awareness, reading writing, spelling, working memory. It’s been a while, but at least some tests included Woodcock Reading Mastery, Revised Test of Work  Reading efficiency-2 Standardized reading inventory -2 Wide range achievement test-4 Dyslexia screening test-Jr.
Costs: The cost of screening depend on exactly what you have done. It can be expensive as it’s often not covered by insurance. But the services we received there from diagnosis to tutoring have been so valuable we consider it well worth our investment.
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: 
Time of test determined by instructor; Improve font/special organization of test; allow test to be given by special education teacher; location of test determined by instructor; modify the test format; reduce length of homework assignments; quiet space for testing; instructions for test to be read and explained by the teacher; teacher can read test questions as needed; Math tools for tests (fact chart, number line, calculator); Frequent check on progress of independent work; provide clear and well defined worksheets; use preferential seating; allow for spelling errors; allow additional time to complete work; review, restate and repeat directions for class work; use masking techniques on tests and quizzes to eliminate visual distractions on the page.
This assessment helped us… Get accommodations for K-12 school, understand challenges.I give Dr. Selznick and the Cooper Learning Center my highest recommendation!

NORTH CAROLINA
From an ADHD coach: Jane
Dr. Kenneth Benedict
www.cpsyched.com  Chapel Hill NC 27517  phone: 919-928-0144
[email protected]
Credentials:Doctor or Psychologist
Ages: PreK-6, Middle, High School, College Entrance, College and Adult
Accommodations for school, standardized tests, discussion of strengths, identified gifted / 2E
Category of Tests: Phonological awareness, reading, writing, math, working memory, attention, anxiety, depression
Tests: WISC (Weschler Children) IQ testing, WAIS (Weschsler Adult) IQ testing, Wechsler Individual Achievement Tests, Woodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement, CTOPP – Comprehensive Tests of Phonological Processing, RAN RAS  – Rapid Automatized Naming & Alternating Stimulus, Nelson Denny Reading Test, Gray Oral Reading Test, WRAT (Wide Range Achievement Test), CELF – Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals
Costs:  
$$ – Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: 1.5x Time, Option to Type or Keyboard, Note-taker, Calculator, Formula Card, Write in Test Booklet, Option to Dictate Work
The meeting after the evaluation to learn about findings was very helpful to parents and my daughter.

OREGON

From a parent or other family member.
Kelly Arnold http://www.nwdyslexia.com
Tigard OR 97223  phone: 503-896-3606.  [email protected]
Credentials: a tutor.
Ages: PreK-6, middle and high school, college entrance, college and adult.
Category of Tests: Basic screening and comprehensive testing.Report that supports accommodations at school and standardized testing.
Tests: Phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, working memory. CTOPP, RAN RAS, Gray Oral Reading, WIST (Word Identification an Spelling), DIBELS
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing:
2x time. Option to type or keyboard, calculator. I home school and adopted the recommendations given. My student was able to get extra time on an online class. The remainder of the accommodations were done at home during our home educating.

This assessment helped us…

From Self.
Danielle Thompson  Forest Grove, OR 97116
[email protected]  phone: 971-227-3546
Credentials: Masters level educational professional or educational therapist
Ages:
Pre-K, Middle, High School
Category of Tests:
Basic screening, report to support accommodations.
Tests:
Phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, working memory; CTOPP, formal and informal assessments.
Costs:
$ Low. 
Accommodations Obtained After Testing:
Calculator, formula card, write in test booklet, option to dictate work, note-taker, option to type or keyboard, 1.5x time.
This assessment helped us..
Get accommodations for k-12 school, understand challenges
Category of Tests
Tests: 
Costs:
Accommodations Obtained After Testing

This assessment helped us…

PENNSYLVANIA

From a parent or other family member: Catherine
Dr. Martha Benoff  Philadelphia PA
phone: 215-545-2700
Credentials: Masters level professional or educational therapist
Ages:
PreK through 6, middle and high school, college entrance
Category of Tests:
Comprehensive testing. Report supported accommodations at school and standardized tests. Report included student’s strengths.
Tests: 
phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, math, working memory. WISC IQ WIAT, WJAT, WJ CogAT, CTOPP, RAN RAS
Costs:
$$$ High
Accommodations Obtained After Testing:
1.5x time, option to type or keyboard, calculator, write in test booklet
This assessment helped us…
Understand challenges and strengths, accommodations for K-12 school and standardized tests.

From a Parent: Sheila
Total Learning Center (see below)
Costs: $$$ High
Accommodations Obtained: 2X time, pull out resource
From a Staff member:
Total Learning Center Wexford PA 15090  phone: 724-940-1090
[email protected]
Credentials: Doctor or Psychologist, Masters or Educational Therapist
Ages: PreK-6, Middle, High School, College Entrance, College and Adult
Accommodations for school, standardized tests, discussion of strengths, identified gifted / 2E
Category of Tests: Phonological awareness, reading, writing, math, working memory, attention, executive function, Intellectual functioning
Tests: WISC IQ, WAIS IQ, WIAT, WJ Ach, WJ CogAT, RAN RAS, Nelson Denny Reading, Gray Oral Reading
Costs:  $399 Abbreviated IQ, $1499 Full IQ annual testing

From Self:
Dr. Ken Eiker  Bucks County PA 19047
www.dyslexiascreening-tutoring.com  [email protected]  phone: 609-902-5129
Credentials: Masters level educational professional or educational therapist
Ages: Pre-K through 6
Category of Tests: Phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, working memory
Tests: FAR- Feifer Assessment of Reading, KBIT2 Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test 2nd Ed, TWS-5 Test of Written Spelling
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Received: 2x time, option to dictate, audiobooks, one-to-one structured literacy instruction 5 days a week, homework accommodations, classroom accommodations

TENNESSEE
From a Parent: Lindsay
Scott Beebe  Germantown TN 38139  phone: 901-301-8150
Beebe Psych
Credentials: Doctor or Psychologist
Category of Tests: Comprehensive testing for accommodations at school.
Phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, math, working memory, attention
Costs: Around $750. Does not bill insurance

 

From a parent or other family member: Valerie.
Dr. Allison Gunne http://www.ajgunne.com
Murfreesboro TN 37129  [email protected]  phone: 931-273-7119
Credentials:Educational psychologist.
Ages: PreK-6, Middle and High School, College Entrance, College and Adult
Category of Tests: attention, working memory, reading, writing, spelling, phonological awareness.
Tests: Gray Oral Reading, CTOPP, WJAT, WAIS, WISC
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: option to dictate, 1.5x time, auditory support of all books.
This assessment helped us…accommodations for standardized tests, college, K-12 school. Understand strengths and challenges. She also did a college reassessment at no cost. Highly recommend her. Dr. Gunne also provides financial payment plans and I refer families who need financial flexibility. She is very thorough and consults far beyond initial testing.

From Self:
Gary Taylor  Madison, TN 37112
[email protected]  phone: 731-326-7408
Credentials:  Tutor
Ages: College, Adult, Workplace
Category of Tests: Spelling
Tests: WRAT (Wide Range Achievement)
Costs:$$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing  
None
This assessment helped us… Accommodations for Work.

TEXAS
From a Professional: Jan
Laurie Gains  http://diagnostic-learning.com
Plano TX 75093
email: [email protected]
phone: 972-491-5408
Credentials: Diagnostician
Ages: PreK-6, Middle and High School, College Entrance, College and Adult, Workplace.
Category of Tests: gifted and or twice-exceptional abilities, student’s strengths, workplace accommodations, accommodations for school and standardized tests, basic screening for dyslexia, comprehensive testing for dyslexia
Tests: phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, math, working memory, attention; WISC, WAIS, WIAT, WJAT, CTOPP, RAN RAS, Nelson Denny, Gray Oral Reading, WRAT
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing  
None. 1.5 or 2x time, option to type or keyboard, note-taker, calculator, formula card, write in test booklet, option to dictate work.
I am the principal of a small school Laurie has tested at least 300 students of mine over the past 10 years
This assessment helped us… understand challenges and strengths, accommodations for K-12 school, college, standardized tests, workplace.
You cannot go wrong with Diagnostic Learning Services. The evaluations are spot on!

From: Self.
Joan Olivencia  Corinth TX 76208  [email protected]
phone: 972-742-3475
Credentials:a Masters level educational professional or Educational Therapist
Ages: PreK through 6, Middle and High School
Category of Tests Phonological awareness, Reading, Writing, Spelling, Math, Working Memory, All seven of the CHC model cognitive domains, yielding a strong estimate of the individual’s GIA, or general intellectual ability.
Tests: Woodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement, Woodcock Johnson Cognitive Abilities Test , CTOPP – Comprehensive Tests of Phonological Processing , Gray Oral Reading Test , the TOSWFR-2nd edition………Test of Silent Word Reading fluency 2. WJ IV tests of oral language in English and Spanish 3. Woodcock Munoz Language Survey tests in English and Spanish 4. I also give the WJ Bateria, the Spanish language cog & achievement tests that measures the exact constraints of the WJ III.
Costs: The cost varies according to the client’s ability to pay
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: strengths and challenges, accommodations for k-12 school and standardized tests. I live in the Dallas/Ft Worth area, and am available to do any assessments in the months of June and July.

WASHINGTON
From a Parent: Heather
Dr. Christine Mielenz  Seattle WA 98112  phone: 206-330-1511
[email protected]
Credentials: Doctor or Psychologist
Ages: Pre-K through 6, Middle and High School, College and Adult
Category of Tests: Phonological awareness, reading, writing, spelling, math, working memory, attention, visual motor
Tests: WISC IQ, WIAT, CTOPP, Gray Oral Reading, CELF, BASC, KTEA, Beery-Butenica
Costs: the costs were low because we were able to use insurance and she was in network
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: 
1.5x Time, 2x Time, Option to Type or Keyboard, Note-taker, Calculator, Write in Test Booklet, Option to Dictate Work
This assessment helped us…Helped get the schools to acknowledge my children’s Dyslexia and Dysgraphia and begin to admit they did not have the training in multi-sensory interventions to help them. It also got the school to stop telling me to “deal with their attention issues” as ADHD was what the reading teacher believed was their problem. Dr. Mielenz had also done follow up testing for my children and is just wonderful. She was able to really show were their growth was and help us understand how to use their strengths to help build the kids up. I can not give her a stronger recommendation.

From: Self.
Winston Center for Attention, Language and Learning http://winstoncenter.com
Spokane WA 99004   [email protected]  phone: 509-465-1252.
Credentials: doctor or psychologist, masters level educational professional or educational therapist, ADHD coaches, speech language pathologists, tutors
Ages: PreK-6, middle and high school, college and adult, college entrance
Category of Tests: report identifying strengths, basic and comprehensive screening for dyslexia, report that supported accommodations for school, standardized tests, and workplace. WISC, WAIS, WIAT, CTOPP, Gray Oral Reading, CELF.
Tests: Attention, working memory, math, spelling, writing, reading, phonological awareness.
Costs: $$ Medium
Accommodations Obtained After Testing: 
Option to dictate work, write in test booklet, formula card, calculator, note-taker, option to type or keyboard,1.5-2x Time.
This assessment helped us…accommodations for K-12 school, stnadardizedtests, college, work. Understand strengths and challenges

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This assessment helped us…