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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:

  1. Parent initial consultation

  2. Teacher interview (via phone)

  3. Rapport session with child

  4. Cognitive assessment (verbal)

  5. Achievement assessment- reading and spelling

  6. Assessment of reading and phonological processing assessment 

  7. Liaison with teachers and other health professionals as required

  8. Report preparation

  9. Parent feedback consultation

For more information contact us.

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