Evaluation & Academic Testing

 Academic testing, behavioral and emotional screening tools can be invaluable for parents and schools when trying to gain a clear picture of a student.  This is particularly useful for students who attend private schools or are home schooled.  Some of the tools we administer and interpret are

  • Nationally normed achievement tests
  • Psychoeducational tests and rating scales

Parent​ Support

Families with  children and teens benefit from having someone who understands their unique needs in and out of school.  These social and emotional needs include but are not limited to
  • Anxiety
  • Intensity and over excitability
  • Stress management
  • Developing strong relationships
  • Communication skills
  • Underachievement and lack of motivation
  • Procrastination
  • Perfectionism
  • Frustration and impatience
  • Asynchronous development

We can also help with the needs of your intellectually gifted or twice exceptional (2e) child.

We will be honored to assist you and your family. 

Educational​ Advocacy

 We can assist your efforts to ensure that your child’s needs are met at school.  A sampling of our services includes: 

  • Suggested classroom interventions 
  • Representation at A-Team and IEP meetings
  • Liaison between medical and educational professionals
  • Educating you about your rights and responsibilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
  • Differences between IDEA and 504
  • Guidance with accommodations available with standardized testing
  • Guidance with services available at the college level
Let us lend our expertise and experience to your situation.

In-service for Educational Professionals

We will begin your customized in-service experience with online surveys for your teachers and staff 3 weeks before we arrive. This will
Writinginsure that we address their specific concerns about working with the  learners in their classrooms. Topics we can assist with include but are not limited to…

  • Positive behavioral supports
  • Classroom management
  • Identifying and reducing anxiety in students and staff
  • Understanding the various ways gifted characteristics manifest in learning situations
  • Modifying curriculum for students with disabilities
  • Understanding IQ
  • Understanding and compensating for asynchronous development
  • Finding alternative ways to assess modified student work
  • Communicating with parents and other professionals
  • Writing clear Individual Educational Plans (IEP's)

Our goal is and always has been to help stakeholders understand and work with their students in ways that benefit everyone.

Transitioning to the next phase

Elementary school to middle school… middle school to high school… high school to college… If you and your child are thinking about life when they leave their current school and need some guidance we will be happy to help you with
  • self-advocacy
  • organizational skills
  • summer programs 
  • college selections
  • scholarships

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Thank you for your interest in working with Remarkable Minds!
We will be in touch shortly to schedule a consultation to better understand your situation.