Prior to registering for our tutoring program, students must have a psycho-educational assessment. These assessments are extremely useful as they enable students and parents to identify individual learning styles and pinpoint areas of challenge so that the appropriate strategies can be applied to improve their performance. This enables students to take charge of their learning. As students work with their tutors, the tutors use the information from the assessment to direct student programs and planning.Psychologists that Assess for Learning Disabilities
|Dr. Joan Pinkus||Vancouver B.C||604-266-5354|
|Dr. Art Rathgeber||Vancouver B.C||604-461-3500|
|Dr. Brian Atkinson||Richmond B.C||604-718-6320|
|Dr. Patrick Bartel||Vancouver B.C||604-836-7792|
|Drs. Peter and Linda Hotz||Vancouver B.C||604-873-4553|
|Dr. Celine Brouillette||Vancouver B.C||604-312-7367|
|Dr. Deborah Bell||Vancouver B.C||604-568-8108|
For an alternative assessment option recognized by the B.C. Learning Centres for Children with Dyslexia, the U.B.C. Psychoeducational Research & Training Centre also offers psychoeducational assessments at a lower cost than a registered psychologist.
For more information:
U.B.C. Psychoeducational Research & Training Centre
PRTC Test Library & Hotline: (604)822-1364
Location: University of British Columbia, 1100 Scarfe Building, 2125 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC
Hours of operation: Monday-Thursday: 9-8pm; Friday-Saturday: 9-4 pm; Sunday: Closed.