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How to get tested for a learning disability as adult?

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Dr. Jonathan Megerian answered

Specializes in Pediatric Neurology

Neuropsych testing: The mainstay of diagnosing a learning disability centers around neuropsychological testing. This can be done by a board certified neuropsychologist, who will take a detailed history and then perform neuropsychological testing that can isolate and hone in on areas of learning deficiency and difficulty.

Answered 1/15/2014

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Dr. Mark Diamond answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

See a Speciaist: A specialist can help with diagnosis and proper therapy, if this is indeed present. Often psychologists do these things.

Answered 9/21/2016

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