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  • Learning Disability Testing in Michigan

    Living with a learning disability can feel frustrating at times. Learning disabilities affect every part of life, from school to social settings. There may not be a cure for most learning disorders, but there are proven coping mechanisms that minimize the frustrations.

    The first step in learning those coping strategies is getting a definitive diagnosis. CNLD Testing & Therapy offers many forms of learning disability testing in Michigan, including the following:

    Additional testing services include autism testing, IQ testing, ADHD testing, anxiety testing, NVLD testing, gifted/twice-exceptional testing, neurological disorder testing, and other psychological evaluations. We’ll take the time to pinpoint the underlying conditions your child is battling. Then we can guide you through the treatment process. Contact us at (734) 994-9466 to start your journey.

    How Common Are Learning Disabilities?

    Approximately 8-10% of children under 18 have a learning disability. Dyslexia is America’s most prevalent learning disability, and many children experience more than one condition at once. For instance, your child may have dyslexia and ADHD, making school particularly challenging. Early diagnosis is the key to early treatment, which can help your child overcome these obstacles.

    CNLD Testing & Therapy
    5864 Interface Dr., Ste. D
    Ann Arbor, MI 48103

    If you’re interested in pursuing learning disability testing in Michigan, contact us at (734) 994-9466. Our knowledgeable staff members will gladly answer your questions, including insurance coverage amounts and appointment availability.

    What to Do After Learning Disability Testing

    Some testing providers give you a diagnosis and send you on your way. That will likely leave you with more questions than you had at the start. Here at CNLD Testing & Therapy, we walk you through the aftermath, so you never feel lost along the way.

    Learn More about Learning Disability Testing in Michigan by Calling (734) 994-9466