3. Cognitive Skills Assessment

3. Cognitive Skills Assessment

(Coming Soon!) Dyscalculia Cognitive Sub-tests comprises of a set of selected online assessments aimed at understanding an individual’s cognitive abilities, identifying areas of difficulty, and guiding their interventions and accommodations to support development and functioning.

The resulting reports offer performance measures that, in conjunction with the Self Perception Questionnaire and Number Sense Profile test, can help in facilitating accommodations and adjustments for individuals.

Cognitive tests include:

  • Auditory Digit Span
  • Verbal Digit Span
  • Number Facts Fluency
  • Naming
  • etc. tests most relevant at profiling dyscalculia.

Intended for: Providing appropriate support that promotes the student’s learning and academic success while respecting the individual’s strengths and needs.

Age: 14 – 99 years

Average Time : 1-2 minutes each sub-test

Age: 14- Adults. Can be used for pupils in Secondary schools, Colleges, Further  Education and Higher Education or within organisations.

Administration time: Test can be administered online and takes approximately 1-2 minutes.
Whilst this is a guideline, the time taken is driven by the unique neurodevelopmental profile of the pupil.

Who is it aimed at? The assessment can be used:

  • to identify specific cognitive capacities influence towards dyscalculia.
  • by teachers, specialists, advisers and educational psychologists to support their decision making
  • to provide cognitive skills measures.
  • to assist in decision making for additional support.
IEP/Access to Work:

Included in the screener are a set of templates to assist with auditing of SEN co-occurring conditions, as well as observations notes to help identify  accommodations and adjustment recommendations.

What next?

The aim is to obtain a neurodiverse profile and areas of strength and areas that require accommodations.
This will allow access to numeracy programs for those individuals that would not have the opportunity.