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Is Your Child Struggling in School? 
Get a Free Assessment and Action Guide!

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As a parent, it's natural to want the best for your child's education and future. However, it can be frustrating and worrying when you notice your child struggling in school or falling behind their classmates. If you suspect your child is:

 

  • Frequently struggling to grasp new concepts

  • Avoiding activities that involve reading, writing, or math

  • Having difficulty staying focused or completing assignments

  • Feeling frustrated or anxious about school

  • Having difficulty in social situations or making and keeping friends

 

You're not alone. Many children face challenges at school, and it can be confusing to know where to turn for help. 

 

The good news is that with early identification and appropriate support, most children can overcome these obstacles and reach their full potential.

We can help you pinpoint areas where your child might need further evaluation or support

Our Free Learning Assessment is designed to identify areas where your child might be struggling. It’s designed to identify challenges that hint towards the possibility of common learning difficulties such as:

 

  • Specific Learning Disability (SLD) in Reading/Dyslexia: Difficulty with sounding out words, reading smoothly, or understanding what they read.

  • Specific Learning Disability (SLD) in Written Expression/Dysgraphia: Trouble with writing, that may include messy handwriting, poor spelling, or difficulty putting thoughts on paper.

  • Specific Learning Disability (SLD) in Math/Dyscalculia: Difficulty with math, for example memorizing multiplication tables or understanding basic concepts.

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Attention issues, hyperactivity, or impulsivity that make it hard to focus or control behavior.

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Challenges with social interactions as well as sensory sensitivities. May engage in repetitive behaviors

  • Nonverbal Learning Disability (NVLD): Difficulty understanding social cues, as well as struggles with math concepts and written language. They are often great conversationalists who cannot put their words onto paper.

  • School-Related Anxiety: Feeling worried about school to the point where it may lead to physical symptoms or a refusal to participate in school activities.

  • Auditory Processing Disorder (APD): Trouble understanding what they hear. This may include missing instructions or confusing similar sounds.

  • Weaknesses with Executive Functioning Skills: Difficulty with planning, organization, time management, and completing tasks.

  • Weakness in Working Memory: Trouble remembering and using information right away, that may include forgetting instructions or struggling with multi-step tasks.

  • Weakness in Processing Speed: Taking longer than others to understand and respond to questions or information or to complete timed tasks.

 

This assessment is NOT a diagnosis, but it is a valuable first step toward understanding your child's needs. 

 

Upon completing the quiz, you'll receive a personalized report highlighting areas where your child may benefit from further evaluation or support. 

 

This personalized report can serve as a starting point for discussions with teachers, counselors, or healthcare professionals, empowering you to advocate for your child's unique learning needs. It will also help provide some of the evidence your school will need if you decide to request an evaluation to help determine the need for supports and services that will help your child be successful in school.

Here's How It Works

1

Answer a series of questions about your child's typical behavior and abilities.

2

Get a personalized report highlighting possible areas of concern and suggested next steps.

3

Receive a free action guide with resources and next steps to support your child's learning journey.

Don't Wait! Take the Free Learning Assessment Today!

With the right tools and early interventions, your child can unlock their full learning potential and thrive in school and beyond.

P.S. This assessment is completely confidential and takes less than 15 minutes to complete.

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