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Diagnostic Assessments

A full diagnostic assessment aims to identify strengths and difficulties in specific areas key to learning and making progress. A full understanding of this can influence teaching and learning styles and ensure the right support is in place.

The assessment usually takes 3-4 hours (with breaks as needed) and can be completed over one or two sessions.

Assessment involves tests of ability, core language, memory, attention and concentration, cognitive processing, reading, writing, spelling and maths (if identified as a difficulty).

All diagnostic assessments are approved by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) and the SpLD Assessment Standards Committee (SASC).

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AFTER THE ASSESSMENT

After the assessment you will receive a detailed report explaining areas of strengths and difficulties and the impact this is likely to have on learning and progression. Recommendations, strategies for support and resources will also be detailed.

If a full diagnostic assessment is not deemed necessary then a part assessment can be undertaken. This involves measuring key maths and English skills to identify gaps in previous learning and /or key language, memory and processing skills commonly associated with dyslexia and other SpLD.

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If a full diagnostic assessment is not deemed necessary then a shorter screening assessment can be undertaken. This involves measuring key maths and English skills to identify gaps in previous learning and /or key language, memory and processing skills commonly associated with dyslexia and other SpLD.

A full diagnostic assessment and report costs £500

A part assessment and summary report costs £350

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