What Makes an LEC Evaluation Unique?
- Our evaluations are comprehensive and multidimensional.
- Our evaluations are customized based on the needs of the child, and can be conducted over several days.
- Our evaluations take place in a comfortable school setting with access to an outside playground and other school-related resources.
- Our psychologists are both clinical and school psychologists who have a deep knowledge of school settings.
- We offer speech-language evaluations from a speech-language pathologist and motor-sensory evaluations from an occupational therapist.
Psychoeducational & Learning Assessment Process
At the Zarlengo Foundation Learning Evaluation Center (LEC), we tailor our evaluations to meet the unique needs of your child.
A typical evaluation process has four steps, described below.
Step 1: Initial Consultation
The evaluation process begins by contacting us at 720-441-1694 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will set up a brief consultation to determine what type of evaluation and services are needed. Our schedule of fees is listed on the Our Services page. We will then schedule your intake appointment and direct you to the intake forms on our website.
Step 2: Intake Appointment
Your assigned LEC team will meet with you to review your child’s developmental history and learn about your concerns and hopes for the evaluation process. At this meeting, you may also receive parent surveys.
Step 3: Assessment Session(s)
The testing process is individualized to your child’s needs. Testing occurs in one or two sessions at the LEC in Littleton, Colorado. Sessions can be half day or full day. You and your LEC team will decide what will work best for your child. After the assessment sessions are complete, your LEC team will write a comprehensive evaluation report and schedule your feedback session.
Step 4: Feedback Session
The feedback session typically occurs three to four weeks after your intake appointment. A written draft of the report will be emailed to you before the feedback session. All members of your child’s evaluation team will review the report with you. The final report will often include the presenting problem, relevant history, test results, interpretations, diagnostic information and recommendations. However, this may vary depending on the scope of your evaluation.