At Surrey’s Learning and Counselling Centre our unique learning environment supports you and your child when you discover she/he are having problems learning. We understand your concerns our team of highly qualified Specialist Teachers are here to support and guide you. If after a consultation you decide that a diagnostic assessment is required we will then talk you through the process answering any questions and alleviating any fears you might have.
The assessment offers an official diagnosis of dyslexia and identifies any other underlying learning difficulties, it usually takes 2.5 hours.
We offer a service that looks at the whole child and understands that speech, language and communication skills directly affect a child’s ability to access and interact with the world around them. Every child is unique and needs a bespoke approach to recognise and encourage their strengths as well as supporting more challenging areas
All our therapists are fully qualified and registered with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and the Health and Care Professions Council.
For some young people it may be helpful to have a course of therapy to support them in practising and integrating support strategies.
SLCC will give you a detailed interpretation of test results, each report will include:
Summary of background information from home and school/college, including history of support at school/college.
A detailed interpretation of test results, including:
Attainments, reading, spelling, writing
Cognitive processing skills, e.g. memory, phonological awareness, speed of phonological processing
Conclusion – a rounded view of assessment findings
Table of test scores
Essential recommendations for supporting the learner:
General (if appropriate)
In the classroom
Access arrangements in exams (if appropriate)
Specialist teacher/tutor (if appropriate)
Full details of all the tests used in the session will be included for reference.
If the individual is entering Higher Education, the report will be tailored to meet the requirements of the University and to access a Disabled Students Allowance (DSA), if appropriate.
Suggestions for Access Arrangements in examinations will be included if appropriate.
NB: Mathematical skills will also be investigated during this assessment.
Assessment fee: £550
To Book an Assessment or for more information please contact SLCC on 07824827850 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Assessment of a child’s speech, language and communication profile.
This will include standardised and informal assessment of the young person as well as discussion with parents/ care givers so that, as far as possible, a true to life picture can be obtained.
A detailed report will then be provided which will include advice and strategies that can be implemented at home and at school.
Areas looked at may include:
Attention and listening
Understanding and following spoken language - including instructions and conversations
Being able to use complex sentences
Being able to organise and say what they want to say – including retelling an event and explaining what’s happened in a situation
Knowing what words mean and being able to find the right word when they need to
Being able to distinguish different speech sounds and pronounce sounds in words
Social thinking, communication and friendships – including understanding hidden social rules, knowing and using the language of emotions, and interpreting the perspective of others
For more information, please contact SLCC on 07824827850 or email email@example.com