Pediatric neuropsychological and neuro-developmental Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE) is typically an assessment requested by parents when a child is not felt to be receiving appropriate educational interventions. A parent can request such an evaluation, which may be funded by their school district, to determine whether their child has been correctly placed or is receiving appropriate Designated Instructional Services and programs (such as counseling, speech therapy, occupational therapy, tutoring, alternative curriculum, etc.).
Fees Depend on the Level of Services Required
- Initial Phone Consultation at No Cost
- Comprehensive Neuropsychological Evaluation includes 6 to 10 hours of testing, test scoring, individual feedback and consultation, and comprehensive report
Comprehensive Report Generated Includes
- A comprehensive list of strengths and weaknesses
- Specific recommendations to circumvent any observed weakness areas
- Key areas to address maladaptive habits
- Information on you or your child’s best learning style and modality
- Specific referrals to outside professionals as appropriate
- Determine eligibility for special education services including 504 plans, Independent Educational Program, Designated Instructional Services, etc.
- Identify appropriate and necessary accommodations or modifications that would allow a child to access the essential essential curriculum.
- Offer suggestions to parents and educators for methods and approaches to "level the playing field" for a child and allow them the opportunity to function optimally in the least restrictive environment possible.