Fort Sanders West

200 Fort Sanders West Blvd.
Medical Office Building 1
Suite 107


Appointments & Consultations

Learning Disabilities

Understanding Learning Disabilities

Learning disabilities are neurodevelopmental conditions that affect how individuals process and use information. They are not indicative of intelligence but rather specific areas of difficulty in acquiring academic or functional skills. Common learning disabilities include:

  1. Dyslexia: Affects reading, spelling, and writing skills.
  2. Dysgraphia: Impacts handwriting, spelling, and written expression.
  3. Dyscalculia: Affects mathematical abilities and understanding of numbers.
  4. Auditory Processing Disorder (APD): Affects the ability to process and interpret auditory information.
  5. Non-Verbal Learning Disability (NVLD): Impacts social skills, visual-spatial abilities, and understanding of non-verbal cues.
The Importance of Learning Disability Testing

Early identification and intervention for learning disabilities are essential for academic success and overall well-being. Our learning disability testing services can provide a comprehensive evaluation to:

  • Identify Specific Learning Challenges: Pinpoint the specific areas of difficulty, allowing for targeted interventions and accommodations.
  • Rule Out Other Factors: Determine if other factors, such as attention difficulties or emotional concerns, are contributing to the learning difficulties.
  • Develop a Customized Support Plan: Create personalized strategies and accommodations to optimize learning and success.
  • Empower Individuals and Families: Provide clarity and understanding to individuals and their families, helping them navigate the educational journey with confidence.
Our Learning Disability Testing Process

At Tennessee Neuropsychology, our learning disability testing process is tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual. It typically involves the following steps:

  1. Initial Consultation: We begin with an initial consultation to understand the concerns, collect relevant background information, and discuss any observations from educational settings.
  2. Psychoeducational Assessment: Our comprehensive evaluations include cognitive testing, academic achievement testing, and specific assessments for suspected learning disabilities. These assessments provide valuable insights into the individual’s cognitive strengths, weaknesses, and academic progress.
  3. Collaborative Analysis and Report: Our team carefully analyzes the assessment data and prepares a detailed report. The report includes diagnostic impressions, a summary of findings, and recommendations for intervention and support.
  4. Feedback and Recommendations: We schedule a feedback session with the individual or their caregivers to discuss the evaluation results, clarify any questions, and provide recommendations for educational strategies and accommodations.

Contact Tennessee Neuropsychology to schedule a learning disability testing appointment or to learn more about our specialized services.

Neuropsychological Independent Medical Exams (IMEs), Neuropsychological Evaluation
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