PANDA Adult Instructional Intervention
This is a service for any student having learning challenges.
Click here to obtain more information about the Adult Instructional Intervention.
Formal Learning Disorder Testing
If your student has health insurance, have them call to check with insurance to see if they have coverage for testing.
Metro Area Testing Sites:
Anderson Psychological Services, LLC
Clinic for Attention, Learning and Memory (C.A.L.M.)
St. Louis Park
Innovative Psychological Consultants
Michael J. Moller, PsyD, LP, ABPP
North Psychology Clinic
Dorothy Edelson, PhD, LP
ADHD and LD evaluations, special education background.
Northstar Psychological, PLLC – Testing services are available in Spanish.
Robert G. Van Noord, PhD, LP
Alternate Phone: (952) 854-5550
Outstate Testing Sites:
Associated Psychological Services
The Reading Center
Dyslexia Institute of Minnesota
Nystrom & Associates, LTD.
Brainerd/Baxter, Big Lake, Cambridge, Duluth, Otsego, Rochester, Sartell/St. Cloud
Solutions Behavioral Healthcare Professionals
Walker Ridge Psychological Services, Inc.
Dr. Julie Eggers Huber, PsyD, LP
Psychological and neuropsychological testing including ASD, ADHD, SLD, ID, TBI.
True Balance Counseling
Dr. Leslie Russell-Martin
Little Falls/Cold Spring
Lipp, Carlson, Witucki & Associated, Ltd.
Grand Forks, ND
Michael Robertson, PsyD, LP
Jeffrey Gregory, PhD, LP
Fargo and Detroit Lakes
ASC Psychological Services
Five Rivers Mental Health Clinic
Dr. Sarah Sifers, PhD, LP
Adult psychoeducational assessments.
Benson Psychological Services
ADHD and LD evaluations.
Colorin Colorado Website
Webcast featuring a bilingual speech-language pathologist that discusses effective assessment and instruction strategies for ELL students with learning disabilities as well as a list of recommended resources.
Provides information, strategies and tools about specific learning disability in mathematics.
Decoding Dyslexia: Minnesota
This organization is driven by families and educators to make others aware of dyslexia, provide support and resource.
Disability – Minnesota Employment and Economic Development
Vocational rehabilitation services can help you prepare for, find and keep a job, and live as independently as possible.
The Dyslexia Solution
Reading From Scratch: Everything you want to know about dyslexia but didn’t know who to ask.
Friends of Quinn
This site has videos and resources regarding dyslexia.
Offers over 30 recorded webinars to empower educational professionals and families with knowledge and resources to address the instructional needs of students who have dyslexia and other learning differences. CEUs are available. http://umw.dyslexiaida.org/recorded-webinars/
The Reading Center Teaches an online course called Dyslexia 101 for the Classroom Educator. Registration fee. CEUs are available. https://www.thereadingcenter.org/dyslexia-101/
Language and Reading Interventions for English Language Learners and ELL with Disabilities
Offers a multitude of information, strategies and resources related to learning disabilities.
“Dyslexia and the Brain: What Does Current Research Tell Us?”, by Roxanne F. Hudson, Leslie High, and Stephanie Al Otaiba
Learning Disabilities Worldwide
Minnesota Career Force
Career Force centers are located all over Minnesota. Individuals can go to the centers to get help on writing resumes, interviews, and job searches. The website has a feature to search for jobs and to complete an interest inventory. The services are free.
National Center for Learning Disabilities
NPR Special Series
Teaching ESL to Adults: Classroom Approaches in Action
Training videos – demonstrate several teaching strategies to use in the classroom.
Upper Midwest Branch of the International Dyslexia Association
Supports individuals with dyslexia and related, language-based learning disorders. Promotes literacy through research, education and advocacy. This website also has a tutor referral network.
Butterworth, Brian. (2004). Dyscalculia Guidance: Helping Pupils with Specific Learning Diffculties in Math. David Fulton Publishers.
Shaywitz, Sally. (2003). Overcoming Dyslexia. New York: Alfred A Knopf. Great book that will help you understand dyslexia and how students learn to read.
Wolf, Maryanne. (2007). The Probst and the Squid. New York: Harpers Collins Publishers.
Journey Into Dyslexia. (2011) DVD which explores the phenomenon of people who have enormous difficulty with words. Many celebrities and experts are interviewed.
The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia. The Myths, The Stigmas, The Truths Revealed. (2013). a film that demystifies dyslexia with testimonials from those who have been diagnosed, experts in the field and celebrities.