About The Testing & Evaluation Center
The Winston Testing and Evaluation Center offers a comprehensive battery of psychological and psychoeducational tests to determine strengths and weaknesses, that contribute to challenges in learning and vocational activities. The focus of testing can include investigation into intellectual/cognitive processes, academic ability, executive functioning, attention and concentration, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, personality, and social skills. Possible outcomes include the identification of giftedness, learning disabilities (including but not limited to dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia), intellectual disability, autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, and depression.
Our Educational Diagnosticians and Licensed Specialists in School Psychology use standardized diagnostic tests to help determine the presence and intensity of learning differences. These measures of achievement, intelligence, language, learning styles, behavior, and social-emotional functioning are combined with background information, parent and teacher rating scales, and observations to develop individualized recommendations to support each client’s unique learning profile. Learning differences occur in people with wide ranges of intelligence and become apparent when a person has difficulty processing information because of a disorder in either a basic cognitive process, or as the result of functional impacts attributable to a related disorder. The well-rounded approach utilized at The Winston School Testing and Evaluation Center allows for flexibility to fully consider and investigate all potential areas of concern that are resulting in academic or vocational hardship.
We look forward to connecting with you to further explain the ways in which we are able to help you find answers, feel understood, and ultimately more forward empowered!
Contact the Testing & Evaluation Center at 214-691-6950 or via email.