The report is comprehensive but also clear and helpful for parents, school staff, and other health professionals. Typically, it will include
- results from all administered tests
- information about learning style, and cognitive strengths and weaknesses
- diagnostic information, if indicated (ex. formal DSM-V/ICD-10 diagnostic codes for learning disabilities (such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, etc.), ADHD, autism, anxiety, etc.
- specific recommendations to help at school/work
- specific recommendations for assistance at home or in the community
- list of available resources
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