Dyslexia Program

 
 

3D Learner Full Assessment  

The 3D Learner Full Assessment and 30 minute feedback session will give you greater insight into how your child learns best, where they struggle and how you can improve your child's reading comprehension, memory, attention, self-esteem and test scores.

    For only $57, the on-line assessment offers:
  • Questions you can answer about your child's learning style, strengths and issues that often help us to explain why your smart child might be struggling
  • Exercises you do with them on-line that will allow you to see first hand their auditory and visual memory and how well they can copy information. - Seeing your child do these exercises can be invaluable for you - more than 80% of our students have either a memory or copying issue, or both. - By understanding your child's learning, attention and visual challenges you will understand the issues that need to be addressed
  • A 30 minute debrief with one of our professionals where we share our insights, answer your questions and offer ways to help your child to improve their reading comprehension, test scores, reduce homework time and stress and improve their self-esteem.

Drawing on our experience working with thousands of kids that have struggled with reading, we will be able to help you and your child find the answers you need.

The test takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.

The first half you can complete on your own, and the second half you will need to have your child present.

We do offer places for you to add your own comments and parents who share their insights often get even more value from the process.

If you have any questions during the test, please don't hesitate to call us at 561-361-7495

Fields marked with a * are required
Student Name
Parent Name
Parent Name
Daytime Number
Evening Number
Email address *
Confirm email address
Child's date of birth
Grade
School Type
What are the top three things you would want your child to have help with?

1.

2.

3.

How would addressing these issues impact you and your family's life?
Siblings and Ages
Any significant health issues Please list medications currently taken
List all educational experiences you child has had(schools, tutors, etc)
What are your child's favorite subjects in school?
What are your child's least favorite subjects in school?
List any extracurricular activities sports, music, dance, art, religious studies and how often they do them. Also, do they enjoy them?
What are your child's favorite things to do?
Has your child had a vision assessment? Yes
No
If yes, please describe any results
Does your child have difficulty copying off of the board? Yes
No
Did your child crawl before they learned to walk? Yes
No
Does your child get easily fatigued when writing? Yes
No
Has your child ever been assessed for any educational problems? Yes
No
If yes, please list
Have educational problems ever been suggested? Yes
No
Are there any specific programs that you have tried? Please describe how successful they were.
Are there decisions that you are facing that you would like this assessement to address?

(ie choosing schools, programs, holding a child back, etc)

 

Can your child . . .
Keep a beat with music, dancing, singing, or following rhythm activities?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes   

If you are unsure, try playing some music and ask your child to clap along.

Focus and follow through on various tasks?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Regulate or control their voice and body activity level and behavior according to the situation?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Copy shapes and letters?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Write legibly?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Often break crayons while using them?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Have a tight grip on pens or pencils?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

What is your child's preferred hand for writing?

Right 

Left 

Both

coloring?

Right 

Left 

Both

eating?

Right 

Left 

Both

throwing?

Right 

Left 

Both

Are math word problems a challenge for your child?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Correctly assess a problem and plan and carry out a multi-step solution?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Remember information, especially following directions?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Read and respond to social cues correctly?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Is your child well coordinated with large motor skills (bicycle, skate board, etc)?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Does your child have good balance?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Does your child enjoy spinning around?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Does your child have an unusual sense of humor?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Is your child an engaging "people person"?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Does helping your child with homework often become frustrating for you?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Overall is homework a problem for your child to complete?

 No   

 Somewhat

 Yes 

Any extra details about these answers?
My child is verbally able to get his/her ideas across clearly without stammering

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

It is easier for my child to learn when he/she understands the big picture first vs learning something piece by piece

 Always 

 Often   

 Sometimes

 Never 

My child has difficulty interacting with friends his/her age

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

My child has a wonderful sense of interacting with young children, older adults, and/or animals

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

When my child is interested in something, it is difficult to get them away from it

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

Getting my child to START homework seems to be the most difficult task

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

Is your child sensitive, sympathetic to others who are feeling bad?

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

Does your child . . .
often appear to have no energy?

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

have difficulty organizing tasks?

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

often lose things necessary for tasks or activities (ie shin guards before soccer practice)?

 Always 

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

get distracted easily?

 Always  

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

speak out before thinking?

 Always  

 Often  

 Sometimes

 Never 

have a history of chronic ear infections?

 Yes         

  No 

get easily distracted by noise?

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

respond negatively to loud noises?

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

often need to have things repeated multiple times before appearing to understand or respond?

 Always   

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

seem sensitive to certain materials, such as some clothing or tags?

 Always 

Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

have difficulty with transitions, or when plans changes

 Always

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

feel anxious about school?

 Always

 Often

 Sometimes

 Never 

How helpful would you say your child's school has been?

 Very

 Somewhat

 Not at all

 Harmful

Any extra details about these answers?
 
Find past school records and record scores on the following chart - note any changes from year to year.

 

Reading Math
Years Ago Grades Percentage Grade level Percentage Grade Level
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2
3
4
5

 

You will need your child for the next set of questions. Please read through all of the following questions before asking your child to answer them. Read the questions to them- you may need to elaborate or give examples. Make note of any comments or additional responses from your child at the end of this section.

Can you picture things/places in your head? Yes
No
When you talk to someone on the telephone, do you picture them at the other end? Yes
No
Are you able to solve problems in a different way from most people? Yes
No
Do you consider yourself creative? Yes
No
Do others consider you creative? Yes
No
Are you good at spelling? Yes
No
Can you visualize your house from the front? Yes
No
from the back? Yes
No
from the top? (as if in a hot air balloon) Yes
No
If this was easy for you- do you realize it is not easy for everyone? Yes
No
Are you able to remember places you have been? Yes
No
Do you like to watch television? Yes
No
Do you like to play video games? Yes
No
Do you like to read? Yes
No
Do you have difficulty remembering what you read? Yes
No
Do you have difficulty putting your thoughts onto paper? Yes
No
Are you interested in art? Yes
No
music? Yes
No
drama/acting? Yes
No
taking things apart and putting them back together? Yes
No
Do you lose track of time? Yes
No
Is it difficult for you to get started on a task? Yes
No
written task? Yes
No
physical task? Yes
No
reading task? Yes
No
Do you get confused when following directions in class? Yes
No
when going somewhere? Yes
No
Do you understand something better when you do it yourself vs. being told how to do it? Yes
No
Any extra details about these answers? Observations about your child's reactions to these questions?

SAY the following numbers, slowly and clearly (about one number per second). For this part, do not repeat. Have your child SAY the numbers back to you. Record exactly what they said- do not correct or make any facial expression that shows they may be wrong. Encourage them at every level. “Good job”, “Keep going”, “You’re doing great.”

3 5 6
4 7 5 2
6 5 3 8 2
2 7 5 8 9 4
5 4 7 3 2 8 6

This time, SAY the following numbers, and have your child WRITE down what they hear. (Use a separate sheet then copy their answers below). If numbers were made backwards just note it in the comment section. Do not correct your child or point out mistakes. If they notice a mistake, let them change it.  

 4 8 6  
 5 7 2 8  
 6 7 2 9 3  
 7 6 5 3 2 4  
 1 8 6 5 9 4 7  
Notes on this section?
Now we are going to show the numbers to your child. For the first exercise, click on the button next to each test to display the numbers. Ask the child to tell you what the number was after the number has been displayed. Record their answers below. They must wait until the number has disappeared to begin. Click on the button labeled "Example" to give this a try.
This time ask your child to write down the number after they see it. Copy their answers to the box and make any notes about their answers at the bottom
Notes on section:


Have your child copy the following shapes on a plain sheet of paper. Do not name the shape.  Show them each figure and observe HOW they copy it. Note any difficulty or hesitation. Observe the pencil grip. Does it ever change when the object gets more complex? Below are some suggestions as to what to look for; you may observe other things, as well. Make note of any conversation. “That looks like a cross” 

 Does the square have rounded corners vs. square corners? 

 For the circle, do they start at the bottom and draw it clock-wise.?

The triangle and diamond are difficult to make –these are diagonal movements that children often have difficulty re-creating.

Do the X and the + look similar? Are they rotated at all?

Do the two circles touch at one point?  

Were all of the figures drawn on a slant or were they on a straight line? Do they shift their body when they are writing? 

Rate each object individually 1 to 5 with 5 being perfect (or close to it!) Then rate the entire page, noting spacing and alignment. Again 1 to 5 with 5 being mostly accurate.

 

  

Keep scrolling for scoring.

Scoring:

A:  B:   C:   

D:  E:   F:   

G:   H:

Overall description:

For the next exercises, select the image on the right that matches the first image on the left.

Match this

 

 

Match this

 

Match this     

Match this

 

 

That completes our full assessment. Please use this box to add anything that you think would assist an assessment of your child that we have not covered yet.

 

Please list good times for us to call with your results.

              



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