At Hands On Learning Solutions, we work with struggling students because our desire is to help others. We know from personal experience what it is like to have a child who is struggling in school, and what happens to kids who are never identified or never get the right type of help.
Sometimes a parent is unable to get the answers they are looking for. Hiring an educational professional to asses a student’s strengths and weaknesses can help uncover the root causes of the learning challenge. The professional can help develop an individualized program that will help remediate the symptoms and bring about success. That is why we are here.
Our Functional Academic and Learning Skills Evaluation allows us to identify underlying processing skills that are causing or contributing to your child’s learning challenges. For more information please see our Assessments page.
Because our services are customized to the specific needs of each client, program cost will vary. This is discussed at the time of your child’s assessment results consultation.
Ready to Get Started?
1 Have questions or need more information? Call us at 253-857-8188 for a free 15-minute consultation over the phone.
2 Request an intake packet. You can request the packet over the phone or fill out the form here.
3 Mail us your completed intake packet with your $100 non-refundable deposit.
4 We will call you to schedule your child’s assessment once we receive your completed intake packet and deposit.
Fees & Payment Options
The cost for an initial assessment is $635 for a weekday appointment, $735 for Saturday appointments. A non-refundable deposit of $100 is due in advance of the assessment appointment. The balance remaining will be collected on the day of the assessment. The assessment cost consists of the time spent testing your child, scoring and interpretation, report writing, and two-hour consultation time to review results and discuss program recommendations.
Payment is required at the time of service. We accept cash, checks, and Visa/Mastercard/Discover.
Many educational challenges and learning disabilities are not considered medical issues, so testing is not covered by medical insurance.