Services

Standard Psychoeducational Evaluation          $1650.00
(primarily assessing learning issues)
This is the most commonly requested type of evaluation. It is recommended when a child has never been tested before or when test results are outdated. It is required for determining a profile of strengths and weaknesses, the presence of a diagnosis, such as a learning disability, as well as for determining eligibility for accommodations at school or for standardized testing (e.g. ISEE, SAT, ACT).

Measures include:  IQ, Achievement, clinically selected areas of Cognitive Processing (e.g. speed, etc.), Social/Emotional Screening

Results are considered valid for 3 years.

2 test sessions are needed.  Each session is 1½ to 2 hours.

3 test sessions are needed for children who are 4 or 5 years of age; each session is 1 hour.

A parent conference is usually held 1½ to 2 weeks after testing to discuss results. A written report is usually provided 2 to 3 weeks after the parent conference. The report includes a written explanation of test results, recommendations for accommodations and/or strategies, and individual test scores. A list of appropriate referrals for intervention are also provided, if needed.

An optional consultation prior to testing is included for the family to discuss concerns, background information, etc.


Comprehensive Psychoeducational Evaluation          $1950.00
(assessing learning and attention)
Includes all services provided in the Standard Psychoeducational Evaluation plus assessment for attention. It is required for determining a profile of strengths and weaknesses, the presence of a diagnosis, such as a learning disability or an attention disorder, as well as for determining eligibility for accommodations at school or for standardized testing (e.g. ISEE, SAT, ACT).

Measures include:  IQ, Achievement, clinically selected areas of Cognitive Processing (e.g. attention, speed, etc.), Social/Emotional Screening

Results are considered valid for 3 years.

2 test sessions are needed.  Each session is 2 to 2½ hours.

3 test sessions are needed for children who are 4 or 5 years of age; each session is 1 to 1½ hours.

A parent conference is usually held 1½ to 2 weeks after testing to discuss results. A written report is usually provided 2 to 3 weeks after the parent conference. The report includes a written explanation of test results, recommendations for accommodations and/or strategies, and individual test scores. A list of appropriate referrals for intervention are also provided, if needed.

An optional consultation prior to testing is included for the family to discuss concerns, background information, etc.


School Neuropsychological Evaluation          $2550.00
(in-depth assessment for complex issues)
This evaluation is similar to the Psychoeducational Evaluation, but is broader in scope (covering a wide range of neurological processes) and more in-depth for target areas. It is recommended when a child has previously been tested, but no definitive issues could be identified, or when a child’s needs are particularly complex, or when neurological trauma has occurred (e.g. concussion, seizure, stroke, brain injury).

4 to 5 test sessions are typically needed. Each session is 2 hours. Children are usually 9 years of age or older.

A parent conference is usually held 1½ to 2 weeks after testing is completed to discuss results. A written report is usually provided 2 to 3 weeks after the parent conference. The report includes an in-depth analysis of test results, recommendations for accommodations and/or strategies, and individual test scores. A list of appropriate referrals for intervention are also provided, if needed.

An optional consultation prior to testing is included for the family to discuss concerns, background information, etc.


Partial Evaluation with Written Report          $600.00
IQ Only This is appropriate when parents only need the testing for private school admission requirements, are simply curious about their child’s intellect, and/or are interested in discovering strategies for optimizing their child’s learning.

Assessment is usually for children ages 6 to 16 years of age.

A diagnosis is not made unless the child has had a comprehensive evaluation to rule out other factors that may impact attention.


Partial Evaluation with Scores only          $300.00
IQ Only This is appropriate when parents only need the test scores for private school admission requirements


Progress Monitoring          $300.00
This is appropriate for monitoring progress in a target area (e.g. reading) on an ongoing basis (e.g. can be 3-month intervals, 6-month intervals, 12-month intervals) in order to evaluate gains made with intervention. Baseline data from a comprehensive evaluation is needed.


Consultation Only          $150.00/hour
A meeting with Dr. Hill can be arranged for a variety of reasons, including:


School Observation / Attendance at a School Meeting          $225.00/hour
Usually, teacher information is sufficient for gathering information about the child at school; however, a classroom observation can be arranged when needed. When an observation is requested, it is preferable that this be scheduled prior to testing, so the child does not recognize Dr. Hill in the classroom. In addition, at least 3-weeks advanced notice is needed for scheduling an observation.

3-weeks advanced notice is needed for scheduling Attendance at a School Meeting