Fees and
Services
Learning Disorder / Attention Deficit Symptom
Impact Assessment
Includes all required A.D.A. impact testing, document review, test scores, test explanation,
score graphs, diagnosis, specific recommendations supported by test scores and completion
of all additional required documents for review boards.  Typically 20+ page report.
$4,192 - Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Cards
Accepted
(6 hours on-site Testing plus 2 weeks needed to complete report and docs)

Psychological Symptoms Impact Assessment
Includes all required A.D.A. impact testing, document review, test scores, test explanation,
score graphs, diagnosis, specific psychological / personality testing, structured psychological
interview with specific recommendations supported by test scores ruling in/out additional
impact from LD/ADHD or other psychological disorders as well as completion of all additional
required documents for review boards. Typically 20+ page report.
$4,873 - Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Cards
Accepted
(8 hours on-site Testing plus 2 weeks needed to complete report and docs)

A.D.A. - Americans With Disabilities Act is the required standard to obtain
accommodations (extra time, private room, additional breaks etc.)  The A.D.A. is a
LEGAL standard which supersedes the minimum requirements of testing for a
Clinical Diagnosis.

Dr. Stephen Mouton is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and accommodation expert providing
assessments and documentation at the A.D.A. standard of documentation.  Having a clinical
diagnosis is not sufficient evidence for receiving accommodations in all testing situations and
all patients requesting appointments are also requested to complete a screening process by
email to understand the probability of receiving accommodations with their unique diagnostic
and history (or lack of) previous accommodations.

Dr. Mouton receives hundreds of inquiries each month and only screens in patients who have
the best chance of getting accommodations. If Dr. Mouton doesn't believe testing is likely to
support accommodations based on the screening, he will discourage the assessment and
recommend improving testing skills and knowledge, rather than getting a costly and
time-consuming assessment.

Expect a four to eight week waiting time for a testing appointment, therefore you must plan in
advance.
The report writing process includes having you obtain a variety of educational documents (past
testing, transcripts, previous accommodation etc)  to include in the report and completing
additional checklists from Dr. Mouton in advance of the testing date.

On the day of testing, you should take any medication that has been prescribed by your doctor.
Most of the testing is interactive with Dr. Mouton asking questions or providing tasks for you to
complete in front of him, often within a specific time limit. Breaks are given as often as
necessary, as well as lunch breaks and bathroom breaks.  If you are flying in for the day and
flying out after the testing, the original report and one copy will be mailed to your address in
approximately 2 weeks. Additionally, the signed report will be color PDFd and emailed to you  
for easy reference and for easy upload to future testing accommodation or school
accommodation sites requiring documentation in electronic format.
CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING
NEW REFERRALS OR NEW
PATIENTS UNTIL SEPTEMBER 2014