• Autism Services

  • Counseling

  • Evaluations

  • Adult Services

  • Corporate Services

  • Training

  • Respite

  • Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)


Intellectual Evaluations, Learning Disability, and Gifted Evaluations

Whether child or adult, learning disabled or gifted, Vocational & Psychological Services can assess the cognitive ability via intelligence testing and measures of scholastic achievement. Based on test results, recommendations for educational and vocational accommodations can be made.


Measurement tools include the following:

  • Stanford Binet Intelligence Scale
  • Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children- IV (WISC-IV)
  • Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale IV (WAIS-IV)
  • Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT)
  • Nelson Denny
  • Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement


Neuropsychological Evaluations

Neuropsychological measurements include the Halstead-Reitan, Luria-Nebraska, Delis-Kaplan, and Weschler Memory Scale. A neuropsychological evaluation is applicable for head trauma, stroke, learning disability and other conditions causing possible cognitive declines. These evaluations will focus on attentional processes, language functions, auditory discrimination, tactile functions, visual perceptual processing, memory, motor skills and higher-level reasoning/executive functions.


The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule

(ADOS) is used to assess Autism Spectrum Disorders. Vocational/Educational Evaluations Vocational/educational evaluations are available for intellectual, academic and aptitude assessments. Measured vocational interests and aptitudes will be correlated resulting in recommendations for appropriate vocational pursuits and training, taking into consideration handicapping conditions, if any. Assessments can be used for decisions concerning educational placement.


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Evaluations

ADHD symptomology can include inattentiveness, hyperactivity and/or impulsivity.


Evaluations utilized are:

  • Conners: a rating of symptomology typical of ADHD for children17 years of age or younger
  • A-ADDES: a rating of symptomology of ADHD for individuals 18 years of age or older
  • Continuous Performance Test: an intense 15 minute computer driven task that measures sustained attention, hyperactivity and impulsivity; applicable for age 6 to adults

Police Evaluations

Prior to entrance into the Policy academy or police force or involvements with lethal weapons, psychological evaluations are typically requested, performed by Licensed Psychologists. Vocational & Psychological Services performs these evaluations employing the following measures, as needed.

  • Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory(MMPI-2)
  • Nelson Denny Reading Test