Specific Learning Disorder in Reading (Dyslexia)
A Specific Learning Disorder (SLD) in Reading (also commonly referred to as Dyslexia) is diagnosed by assessing a child's cognitive ability, their achievement in reading (decoding, fluency, and comprehension), spelling, and their phonological processing ability.
An assessment of SLD in Reading will consist of:
Parent initial consultation
Teacher interview (via phone)
Rapport session with child
Cognitive assessment (verbal)
Achievement assessment- reading and spelling
Assessment of reading and phonological processing assessment
Liaison with teachers and other health professionals as required
Parent feedback consultation
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