A PATOSS-approved, 40+ page report, compiled following a formal, officially-recognised dyslexia assessment.
Get a complex and very detailed dyslexia report that follows the template of the Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties (PATOSS).
- Recognised by schools* and employers
*Some schools will only accept the findings of dyslexia assessments that they carry out themselves. A private dyslexia assessment is identical and there is no reason for the findings to be rejected. However, for peace of mind, you are advised to check with the school first.
What it involves
A Full Dyslexia Report is compiled following the same half day of testing included in the In-Depth Dyslexia Assessment. The tests can be carried out over a series of sessions if you’d prefer. (This is helpful for younger children with a shorter attention span, or adults with demanding schedules.)
The Assessment includes an underlying ability test, reading tests, spelling tests, rapid naming tests, phonological processing tests, short-term and working memory tests, as a minimum. All of this helps to build up a clear picture of your (or your child’s) strengths and weaknesses.
Following the Assessment, you’ll receive a 40+ page written report detailing the findings of the assessment, along with tailored recommendations for learning support.
The Assessment can be carried out in your home, at Holly’s Kenilworth residence, or wherever is convenient to you (e.g. a school or workplace).
Holly operates across Warwickshire and the Midlands, primarily south of Birmingham, including Coventry, Warwick, Leamington Spa, Rugby, Stratford, Solihull, and Redditch.
In certain circumstances, Holly is also able to travel further afield. Get in touch to find out if she is able to come to you.
A Full Dyslexia Report costs £649.
What’s the difference between the In-Depth Dyslexia Assessment option and the Full Dyslexia Report option?
The only difference is in the type of report you receive following the Assessment.
PATOSS-template dyslexia reports are, by their nature, very dense and repetitive. For this reason, Holly recommends that the shorter report that accompanies her In-Depth Dyslexia Assessment should suffice in 99% of cases.
Feedback from schools has been that her shorter reports are the best and most useful they have ever read. Crucially, because they are shorter and more specific, they tend to actually be read, unlike the 40+ page ones.