Is your child is having academic, social, or behavioral problems?
Consider a Comprehensive Evaluation
An evaluation will help you develop:
- a plan to help your child
- a road map for the future
A privately obtained evaluation should answer your questions and include specific recommendations about what your child needs.
Choose an evaluator independent evaluator in the private sector who has expertise in your child’s disability, is independent of the school district, and who is willing to work with the school staff.
The evaluator may identify professionals who can help your child.
Or, your child’s school may ask for consent to evaluate your child to determine if they are eligible for special education services and accommodations.
Who Can Conduct an Evaluation? [Read more →]