How long does testing take?
The short answer is about 6 to 10 hours of one-on-one testing time. This is usually divided into 3 to 5 2-hour sessions. In addition, there is a 1-hour intake interview with the parent/guardian prior to the start of testing, if the client is a minor, as well as a 1 hour feedback session at the end. However, actual testing time varies and is affected by the client's age, attention span, abilities and how many tests are needed.
What do you test for?
The specific areas covered in an assessment vary based on the referral question. However, most assessments include an evaluation of cognitive abilities and academic achievement, plus measures to assess ADHD. Additional areas for evaluation include visual processing, auditory processing, language development and learning and memory.
In addition, some clients may benefit from testing for social or emotional problems, which can be included in the assessment.
How much does testing cost?
For all assessment batteries, clients are charged a flat fee which includes the intake session, all testing sessions, scoring, report writing and the feedback session. The fee varies by the type of battery. Please call or email us to discuss your particular needs and determine which testing battery is right for you.
Do you take insurance?
We are not on any insurance panels. However, clients with out-of-network benefits can choose to receive a super bill to submit to their insurance provider.
Where is your office?
Test For Success does all testing via telehealth. We do not see patients in person. Testing is done virtually, via a HIPAA-compliant Zoom platform from the comfort of your own home or office. All you need is a computer, a stable internet connection and a quiet place free from distractions.
Please call at 805-850-3794 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.