05. Educational Assessment
AC&CS recognizes that sometimes most public school either do not inform parents about services available or they educational assessment not thorough enough. These services usually are offered through public education system free of charge to parents and their children.
However, if you need a second opinion, or assistance please contact us for consultation.
Depending on the results of the evaluation, you might qualify for a range of accommodations. The most common accommodation is extra time. Other accommodations can include having a reader, permission to use a computer, a scribe, breaks, or a quiet room. Getting accommodations for standardized tests takes a long time, so it is important to give yourself enough time for evaluation prior to your testing date.
Note testing organizations and schools specify what tests are required to document the need for special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Accommodations vary by individual and must be able to be objectively documented.