When to Evaluate?
1. When your gut is telling you something is not right. Even if some professionals tell you everything is ok.
2. Your child is struggling academically or not performing at the same level as other peers in their class.
3. If you observe attentional issues or someone who is around your child frequently raises the concern.
4. Behavior difficulties at home or in school.
5. Drop in performance or depressive symptoms. A child that is avoiding work, may be struggling with a learning disability.
6. If your child seems to struggle retaining information short or long term. Names of things, digits, etc.
7. Strong dislike toward a subject. Refusal to read, etc.
8. If there is a learning disability or other diagnosis in your family.