An evaluation is an important means of clarifying a child's challenges and identifying any underlying learning problems. It also provides important information about a student's learning style, strengths and capacities. A neuropsychological evaluation consists of standardized tests and questionnaires that assess intelligence, language, academic achievement, memory, auditory and visual processing, perceptual-motor abilities, social/emotional development, attention and executive functions. The evaluation also includes recommendations for educational and psychological interventions, as well as practical ideas for parents, teachers and students.

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