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Understanding ADHD Testing: A Guide for Parents

Are you concerned about your child’s attention and focus? ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) testing could provide the answers you’re looking for. At the Learning Evaluation Center, we specialize in ADHD testing to help parents understand their child’s unique needs and challenges.

What is ADHD Testing?

ADHD testing is a comprehensive evaluation process designed to assess a child’s attention span, impulse control, and hyperactivity levels. At our center, we use a variety of assessment tools, including standardized tests, behavioral observations, and parent and teacher interviews to gain a thorough understanding of your child’s symptoms.

Why is ADHD Testing Important?

Early identification of ADHD is crucial for effective intervention and support. ADHD can impact a child’s academic performance, social relationships, and overall well-being. With proper testing and diagnosis, you can access resources and strategies to help your child thrive.

Does your Child Have a Comorbid Learning Disorder or Mood Disorder?

According to researchers, at least 45% of children with ADHD often have a comorbid learning disability, such as dyslexia, dysgraphia or dyscalculia. Children with ADHD are also more likely to struggle with emotion regulation, which can lead to higher levels of anxiety, depression and low self-esteem. A psychoeducational evaluation can help to determine if your child has comorbidities that need to be addressed via intervention and supports, such as tutoring or executive functioning coaching. We also help you gain access to school services, including an Individualized Education Plan or a 504 plan.

How We Can Help

At the Learning Evaluation Center, our team of experts is dedicated to providing accurate and reliable ADHD testing services. We understand the challenges that parents face when navigating ADHD, and we’re here to offer guidance and support every step of the way.

Contact us today to schedule an ADHD testing appointment for your child. Together, we can unlock the tools and resources needed for your child to succeed.

Learning Evaluation Center

The LEC opened in 2016 to provide high-quality, multidisciplinary evaluations for children ages 4 through 21 living in the greater Denver community.

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