The Children's Learning Clinic-IV (CLC) offers free comprehensive assessments for children ages 8-12. Parents with children who may be experiencing difficulties with attention, learning, memory, and concentration are encouraged to contact us (including those previously diagnosed with or suspected of having ADHD).The Children's Learning Clinic is led by Dr. Mark Rapport, a professor and researcher who, the CLC website reports, "is particularly interested in children with [ADHD], developing conceptual models related to long-term outcome (e.g., scholastic success), and understanding the primary deficits associated with ADHD."
The CLC-IV also provides free evaluations for typically developing children. Evaluations consist of a thorough historical information, diagnostic interview, parent and teacher ratings, full scale intelligence testing, academic achievement testing, objective measurement of activity level, as well as measures of learning and memory.
Parents who are interested in obtaining a free comprehensive assessment and evaluation for their child are encouraged to contact us at (407) 823-5773.
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