Lancaster, PA 17601
Behavior, Personality and Social Emotional Rating Scales
Visual Spatial Processing
General Intellectual Functioning
Attention and Concentration
Left/Right Cerebral Variability
Gross and Fine Motor Functions
A parent has the right to an Independent Educational Evaluations at the public's expense if the parent disagrees with an evaluation conducted by the school district. However, the school district may initiate a hearing (due process) under Regulation 300.506 to show that its evaluation is appropriate. If the final decision is that the evaluation is appropriate, the parent still has the right to obtain an Independent Educational Evaluation but not at public expense. A Due Process Hearing may also be a necessary to ensure that your child gets the services they deserve.
Public Law 94-142 (1975)
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1990 (IDEA)
"School neuropsychology requires the integration of neuropsychological and educational principles to the assessment and intervention processes with infants, children and adolescent to facilitate learning and behavior within the school and family systems. School Neuropsychologists also play an important role in curriculum development, classroom design and the integration of differentiated instruction that is based on brain-behavior principles in order to provide an optimal learning environment for every child" (Miller, 2004).