Educational evaluations provided by T3 Educational Services are focused on language-based learning disabilities that impact a student's reading or writing skill development (dyslexia, specific disability in reading comprehension, dysgraphia, and/or written expression).
Most evaluations range in length from 2 - 5 hours and may be completed in one or two separate appointments.
Prior to completing an evaluation, a consultation with the student's parents will need to be completed. This can occur either by phone or in person. Additionally, information related to the student's medical and educational history will need to be provided as this information is an integral aspect of the evaluation. If an evaluation has been previously completed, a copy of the results will also be requested.
Structured Literacy Therapy - In clinic*
Literacy therapy, using an Orton-Gillingham based program*, will be designed for the specific area(s) of difficulty indicated by the student's profile of strengths and weaknesses. The number of therapy sessions recommended per week may vary based on the type and/or severity of the student's learning difficulty.
*Programs include: Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Basic Language Skills, Scientific Spelling, Multisensory Grammar, Developing Metacogntive Skills; Lindamood Bell Seeing Stars and LiPS.
* Services are by appointment only and subject to current availability.
Services for School Districts:*
Assist with MTSS/RTI (Multi-tiered System of Supports/Response to Intervention) related to screening, instruction/intervention, and progress monitoring in the area of literacy.
Instructional coaching related to structured literacy for students at risk of or identified with the conditions of dyslexia and/or dysgraphia.
Provide assistance to assessment personnel regarding the evaluation for the conditions of dyslexia and/or dysgraphia.
Services for Parents:*
Guidance provided to assist with educational decisions related to grade promotion/retention, classroom interventions for reading/writing, evaluations for Specific Learning Disabilities, dyslexia, and/or dysgraphia.