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Your child's success begins with


Reading Assessment 

The purpose of our reading assessment service is to know the difficulties of the student associated with reading, writing, spelling, and comprehension and it is mandatory before our therapeutic tutoring so that we can give him the right solutions with 100% success to his learning challenges. Therefore we do not have the service to write the report.

Our current service fee, no written report is 395.00 Canadian dollars plus taxes and a retainer deposit of $200 is required to book the assessment. This retainer fee is refundable 5 business days or more before the first appointment. The remaining balance is due 24 hours before the parent's meeting.

What is included with our service fee only, no written report

  • Student's test: reading, basic writing, handwriting, spelling, and comprehension in a person-to-person on-site, or online service, approximately 2 meetings, with a total of approximately 2 hrs & 30 mins

  • Preparation for the parent meeting: checking, recording, and analyzing the student's test results, psychological evaluation, IEP, sample work, other submitted documents, etc. approximately 4 hrs.

  • A parent meeting to discuss the test results, analysis, recommendations & strategies parents can do 1 hour with a maximum allotted time of 1 hour and 30 minutes.

An evaluation for reading, basic writing, handwriting, spelling, and comprehension is mandatory before our structured literacy intervention, remediation & prevention are initiated. It is also very helpful to individualize your child's learning needs and develop an appropriate learning plan if you provide us with the family background information and a copy of your child's psychological assessment and the school's performance report,(IEP, a sample of his works: writings, tests, etc.).


Our assessment measures the student's decoding, receptive, and writing skills. The test of the alphabet, rate, and accuracy of reading, matching of spoken words to print, and understanding the meaning of words and sentences in a passage reading are all part of the decoding assessment. Some of the receptive language portions of the test include comprehending the words and text being read, matching the pictures to the meaning they represent, as well as connecting the sounds and words being read. The written part deals with the student's ability in handwriting and basic writing, such as the letter formations, how the student grasps the pen or pencil, the execution and legibility of his handwriting, and how the student expresses himself in print.


The results of the evaluation will help to identify if the student has the signs and symptoms of dyslexia and the test will also lead us to the student's solutions to his reading, writing, spelling, handwriting, and comprehension difficulties.


What is included in the test: ( it depends on the needs of the student)

  • Letter Recognition

  • Letter Sequencing

  • Letter-Sound Relationship

  • Phonological Awareness

  • Word Awareness

  • Print Awareness

  • Spelling: word and/or phrases

  • Word Attack

  • Word identification

  • Reading Fluency: rate and accuracy

  • Reading Vocabulary

  • Meaningful Reading

  • Listening Vocabulary

  • Homonyms

  • Rapid Naming

  • Silent Reading Comprehension

  • Phonetic Analysis

  • Writing: alphabet, spelling, punctuation, writing sentences

  • Handwriting: observations of execution, legibility, and speed of writing

Why is it necessary?

  • the student's psychological evaluation report is not comprehensive to teach him how to read, write, spell, and comprehend. It will only give us the results of different tests, it does not include what concepts the student knows and what he does not know; for example, most students know some sounds, they just do not know how to connect the sounds, therefore we still need to collect the information to better help and tailor the student's specific needs

  • to save time; the information that we have collected will help us to build the student's self-confidence and self-esteem, particularly during the first 15 sessions

  • not everyone can learn to read and we will know during the first few minutes of the testing if the student can learn to read; if he cannot, the parents have the option to know the possible method to help him with his difficulties or to receive a 100% refund of our reading assessment service fee.


 Your decision today is your CHILD'S tomorrow!

Multisensory Reading Clinic Dyslexia Therapeutic Tutoring   Orton-Gillingham Instruction

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