Evaluation & Consultation for ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Other Specific Learning Disorders

learning disabilities assessments

Comprehensive Neuropsychological Evaluation – $4000

(aka “Neuropsych Testing.”) Dr. Greenstein’s evaluations will help to build understanding of strengths and weaknesses in order to maximize learning. By identifying the specific problem, she can generate specific recommendations to help you deal with it as effectively and efficiently as possible, using strengths to work through challenges.

Such a comprehensive assessment includes initial interviews and 6-8 hours testing, followed by scoring and interpreting data, preparing a detailed report, and a meeting with the parents and also often the student to review testing results. A full report of this assessment is usually available within four-six weeks of the time of the assessment.

Supplemental Evaluation to Recent School Assessment – Costs Vary

When a psychoeducational evaluation has been conducted by a school within the last year, I often can supplement the school’s testing with additional measures to allow for many of the benefits of a comprehensive evaluation. As such evaluations require less testing time with me, there is often a cost savings from my comprehensive rate.

Professional Consultation per 60/minute hour – $180

Dr. Greenstein is available for consultation to discuss you or your child’s learning challenges, including:

– Review of school or other professional’s assessment report with recommendations for further action
– Review of school program, which may involve providing feedback on an IEP document and/or school observation
– Attendance at school meeting to present assessment results and integrate these findings into development of school support plans

WISC-V Testing for Independent School Admissions – $800

Many independent schools require that their applicants include an IQ assessment as part of their application to their school. Typically, this test is called the WISC V. Fee includes a 2 hour testing session, followed by scoring and interpreting data, preparing a detailed report, and a meeting with parents to review testing results. A full report of this assessment is usually available within two weeks of the time of the assessment.

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All assessments meet current guidelines determined by the Educational Testing Services in Princeton, New Jersey, and are also in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Please Note: I have chosen to run a fee-for-service practice and do not accept insurance payment for services. Therefore, you should realize that while some insurance providers may accept me as an “out of network provider,” it is you—not your insurance provider—who are responsible for full payment of the fee to which we have agreed.

I do not communicate wtih insurance companies or submit insurance claims directly. Should you decide to file your own claim to be reimbursed for paid expenses associated with my services, please know that I will provide you with a paid invoice and a “superbill” so that you can submit a claim for out of network services. Please also know that I cannot guarantee that your insurance company will reimburse you for fees paid to me. Many health insurance companies will pay for some portion, if not all, of evaluations I conduct, however many insurers will not pay for for any of the cost. In some cases, having a medical doctor make a referral for an evaluation can help with the insurance company’s willingness to pay for these services. It is a good idea to explore your health benefits first, before deciding whether you would like to move forward. If you have questions about the coverage, call your plan administrator. Please note that medical insurance rarely if ever covers academic skills assessment, which is almost always a necessary part of a comprehensive evaluation.