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Learning Disability Assessment

 Learning Disability Assessment 

This service is designed for students to go through various assessments to assess, identify and interpret learning strengths and weaknesses for the purpose of determining eligibility for learning disability services according to the guidelines established by the California Community College Learning Disabilities Model.

Steps to Learning Disability Assessment:

  1. Pick up the Learning Disability (LD) intake form (paperwork).  
  2. Fill out and return to DSPS Main Office A-113
  3. Once verified, set up an intake appointment with a Learning Disability Specialist
  4. The assessment is generally done on a one-to-one basis, and includes tests of cognitive ability and academic achievement. There may be additional assessments given.
  5. Upon completion of the assessment process, the learning disabilities specialist will determine eligibility for the California Community College Learning Disabilities Model and review with the student the results of the assessment. The review consists of a report detailing cognitive and academic achievement strengths and weaknesses and a discussion of possible academic and/or career implications.


Last Updated: 04/18/2019


DSPS Main Office
One Stop Center, Room A-113
Phone: 619-660-4239                             TTY: 619-660-4386
Fax: 619-660-4055

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