Notre Dame does not currently own the materials to administer testing. If you need to be assessed for a possible learning disability, set up an appointment with an appropriately trained professional.
Assessment can be expensive, so it's important to inquire about fees before making your appointment.
Options to Reduce Cost
- If you cannot afford the cost of assessment, contact the Department of Rehabilitation Services in your home city/county of residence. They may be able to provide testing at no cost, provided you apply as a vocational issue (needed to get the career you want).
- You may ask if the testing agency offers "sliding scale" fees if your family budget can't accommodate the standard fee.
- You may also wish to contact your insurance company to see if they offer assistance in paying for psychological or neuropsychological evaluations. Some policies may help with costs, but others do not.
We have previously worked with the following providers:
Dr. Rick Parente
Baltimore, MD 410-337-9666
Dr. David Goodman
Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Center
10751 Falls Rd, Suite 306 Lutherville, MD 21093
Gail Liss, Ed.D.
2 Hamill Rd, Suite 132
W. Quadrangle Village of Cross Keys Baltimore, MD 21210
6355 Woodside Ct. Columbia, MD 21046
Kennedy Krieger Institute
MD Psychological Association
Free Referral Service 410-995-0499
Diane C. Pomerantz, Ph.D.
Lawrence D. Messier, Ph.D.
MedStar Health at Greenspring Stn.
2324 W. Joppa Rd., Suite 220 Lutherville, MD 410-583-2622
Denise H. Bike, Ph. D., Licensed Psychologist
Baltimore Minds: Therapy & Assessment
600 Wyndhurst, Ste. 125
Baltimore, MD 21210
Heather Z. Lyons, PhD
608 Bosley Ave.
Towson, MD 21204