February 26, 2020 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Join us for our Wednesday, February 26th “Lunchtime Webinar” about understanding and using the Assessment Report from a neuropsychological or psychoeducational evaluation.
Parents are sometimes unsure of how to translate the report into a deep understanding of their child’s cognitive profile and take away key action items to support their child. This webinar will review the sections included in a typical report, discuss how to understand statistics and test results, familiarize participants with some common assessment measures, and provide guidance for making the most out of recommendations.
Questions this presentation seeks to answer include:
What should I expect to see on an assessment report?
What kinds of tests will my child be given during an evaluation?
What do the standardized scores I see on my child’s assessment mean?
How do I know if my child’s scores are typical?
How are my child’s performances scored and interpreted?
There are so many recommendations! Where should I start?
Who should I share the report with?
The webinar will be led by Mark Westerfield, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist at Morrissey Compton Educational Center. During the 60-minute presentation, you will be able to submit your questions, via chat, for him to answer.
We are using ZOOM to host this webinar and please note that you DO NOT NEED to have a Zoom account to participate. You will need to pre-register however and can do that using this Zoom registration link.
This webinar is part of a collaboration between Parents Helping Parents and Morrissey-Compton Educational Center. We are co-hosting a webinar series to provide information to families whose children have (or are suspected of having) learning disabilities and/or ADHD.