Virtual Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia Testing For Colorado Schools

Dyslexia or Learning Disabilities testing explains exactly why a child/teen/young adult is underperforming—and exactly how to teach to his/her strengths. Results include:  a. recommendations for studying/learning based on your processing weaknesses and strengths  b.  detailed accommodations for the college, Testing Board,   504 or IEP  c.  therapies and or medications recommended.  These are made in a no-nonsense meeting with the parents or adult (teens and young adults included in this meeting).  


Overview of Symptoms

  1. Slow reading rate and fluency
  2. Perceiving words as similar words e.g. state for status
  3. Difficulty with the Reading Comprehension piece forcing multiple rereads.
  4. Weak vocabulary even after re-learning.
  5. Dislike of reading yet better listening skills.
  7. Reversals and transpositions past age 7
  8. Difficulty with multisyllabic words
  9. Rely more on memorization of words.
  10. poor rhyming and learning syllable sounds in Preschool and Kindergarten.

As the child moves into Middle and High School, separate comprehension problems can emerge. These students may not be able to discern the “main idea.” Many of them keep reading and hope the main idea somehow clicks. In mathematics, they can study but not be able to transfer the information to tests problems that are slightly different than those studied.

The Impact of Test results:

Psychologists can very clearly fulfill a role that the school simply cannot. Psychologists can help students and parents understand the student’s potential  and how it meets with their current performance (achievement tests).  Using processing tests available, the psychologist can then communicate an understanding of the child’s deficits as well as strengths.  Besides phonics deficits, the psychologist could identify deficits in inductive or deductive reasoning, visual processing, memory and comprehension. The psychologist then sets a plan using tutoring, accommodations and other therapies…which will then be incorporated into a college learning plan, high stakes tests accommodations or a high schooler’s IEP.


 convenience, accessibility, flexibility in scheduling, reduced travel time, and the ability to be evaluated from the comfort of one’s own home or office.

Expertise and Credentials:

Dr. Eisenberg has conducted over 8000 evaluations and had them accepted by all Colorado Colleges and SAT. ACT, MCAT and LSAT Boards. A former professor and National lecturer in ADHD, Dr. Eisenberg will focus his full experience on your matter.

Complete confidentiality occurs. No one including doctors, insurance companies, employers or schools will know your diagnosis without your permission.