Compassionate Solutions’ testing professionals are fully credentialed and have many years of experience conducting assessments for individuals of all ages.
Making our visitors feel comfortable and supported is key to ensuring a pleasant experience and the best test results possible. Our clients enjoy the warmth of our office, which matches the warmth our professionals exude when walking individuals through the testing process.
Compassionate Solutions specializes in discovering subtle variations in cognitive abilities which can lead to frustration and unnecessary struggles at school or in the workplace. How a person acts and reacts hinges on a balance of brain functions, such as memory, attention and language. Once weaknesses are identified, they can be strengthened or accommodations can be made that allow the individual to achieve his or her potential.
Overview of Services
- Neurodivergent Testing for All Ages: Assess residual deficits that impact learning and work production
- Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder/Asperger’s Syndrome
- Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, & Dysgraphia
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Language Assessment
- Gifted Testing
- IQ Testing
- Adult Assessment
- Learning Disability/ADHD/Autism Spectrum Testing for College/Workplace Accommodations
- Aging Adults
- Cognitive Decline and Memory Testing
Given that every individual is unique, the evaluation that we provide is tailored specifically to each client.
Typically a full psycho-educational evaluation will require 6 to 7 hours working directly with the student or adult and then another several hours scoring the assessments, interpreting the assessment data, writing the report, and compiling appropriate recommendations. Once the report is finished, a follow-up meeting is scheduled to go over test results and answer questions. The entire process is completed over a period of 3 to 4 weeks from the first testing session.
School Neuropsychological assessments are also available. This is a more in-depth evaluation of issues such as severe emotional deficit, traumatic brain injury, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
For more information about testing or Laurie Adachi and her team, please visit LaurieAdachi.com.