Atlanta psycho-educational transitional evaluations

A detailed statement of fees will be provided for clients’ submission to insurance companies for self-filing claims. Please note that most insurance companies do not cover psycho-educational transitional evaluations for developmental delays or learning issues, as they deem these services ‘educational’ rather than ‘medical’, even if the provider is ‘in-network’.

Schools will pay for psycho-educational Transitional Evaluations however, many parents often have to hire an attorney or school advocate in order for this to occur.

We provide services for school aged children as well as college students with learning disabilities, attention problems, and behavioral concerns.

We provide the following psych0-educational evaluation services:

Comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations that define children’s learning profile, academic strengths and weaknesses, and recommendations for effective remediation and accommodations. The evaluations assess the following areas:

Complete psycho-educational transitional evaluation – $1950

  • comprehensive intelligence testing/Cognitive Processes (e.g., processing speed, flexibility)behavior/emotional/social assessment
  • comprehensive testing of all neuropsychological processing areas appropriate, such as processing speed, visual-motor skills, visual-perceptual skills, auditory processing skills, phonological processing skills, attention/concentration skills
  • Interest Testing
  • Manual Dexterity
  • Vocational and Work Samples
  • comprehensive transitional evaluation  report


Emotional/Behavioral Assessment

  • Call and speak to us regarding your concerns in order to obtain an estimated cost of assessment.  These are typically completed on an hourly fee basis.

Academic Assessment only

  • Achievement testing in all academic areas (basic reading, reading comprehension, math reasoning, math calculation, written expression) with a brief written report – $500


  • Our clinicians are available to meet with you to discuss behavioral, learning, and developmental issues.  We are happy to attend meetings at your child’s school or complete observations in alternate locations. Charges for these services are $175 per hour.

Helpful Links

We have provided the following links in the hopes that you will find them useful in your search for information. Let us know if we can help!

Learning Disabilities

LD Online
Understanding Dyslexia
National Reading Panel
LD Info Web
Rethinking Learning Disabilities


Division TEACCH
Autism Society of America
Online Asperger Syndrome Information and Support
Autism Speaks

Attention Deficit

ADD Resources
Attention Deficit Disorder Association


Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
Brain and Behavior Research Foundation
Childhood Bipolar – Fact or Fad?

Play Therapy

Association for Play Therapy
Georgia Association for Play Therapy
What is Play Therapy?


Education News
Special Education News
State of Georgia Exceptional Student Rules
Section 504 Guidelines

Behavior Supports

Intervention Central – Academic and Behavioral Intervention
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
NASP Behavior and Discipline

Professional Groups

American Psychological Association
National Association of School Psychologists
Georgia Psychological Association
Georgia Association of School Psychologists
Council for Exceptional Children

Chattanooga Tennessee WIOA – IDEA Transition Assessments

 The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) was implemented in 2015 and replaces the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). The purpose of WIOA is to better align the workforce system with education and economic development in an effort to create a collective response to economic and labor market challenges on the national, state and local levels.

SouthEast Vocational Experts provide Comprehensive Transitional Evaluations. Do not settle for the one sized fits all that many school and Governmental systems want to provide, that are build to be cheap and quick!

SouthEast, LLC specializes in Forensic Mental Health Evaluation as well as Neuro-Cognitive Evaluations and this is the corner stone for WIOA Transitional Vocational Evaluations.

WIOA requires coordination and alignment of key employment, education and training programs and builds on proven practices such as sector strategies, career pathways, regional economic approaches and work-based training.

What’s important about these evaluations with children that are from inner city schools or in the justice system is they often have Undiagnosed Mental Health Issues as well as Undiagnosed Learning Disabilities.

Services under WIOA target disconnected youth who are subject to the juvenile or adult justice system; youth who are homeless, runaways, in foster care or aged out of such care, pregnant or parenting; or who have a disability. Youth who are out of school, low income and who are also basic skills deficient, English language learners, or who need additional assistance to enter or complete an educational program or secure or hold employment are also eligible for services under WIOA.

Additional services under WIOA include assessments of students who are on an IEP and are of the age where vocational and transition assessments are required.  SouthEast, LLC works with families and attorneys practicing education law to determine whether the vocational and transition objectives outlined in the student’s IEP are appropriate and, if not, make suitable academic, vocational and transition recommendations. CRC Services also works with school systems to complete the vocational and/or transition assessments, providing suitable recommendations to be outlined in the student’s IEP in preparation for post-secondary education or employment.

Team SouthEast  is trained to work with community agencies such as America’s Job Centers, correctional facilities, and adult education programs to serve not only at risk youth, but also conduct vocational assessments of adults with and without disabilities under this Act to better prepare individuals for seeking employment in the local labor market.

SouthEast, LLC Services is committed to assisting at risk youth, students, and disabled and non-disabled adults by conducting thorough vocational and transition assessments. These assessments include a review of relevant academic and medical records, interview, administration, scoring and interpreting vocational testing, career exploration, and conducting labor market research in preparation for determining suitable academic, vocational and transitional plans

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