“The Assessment Clinic was a great class. I really enjoyed this class because it allowed me to gain actual, and real experience. It was a class in which I had control of my own learning and a class in which action was taken. The HUGE resource binder is also a nice resource that I continue to use.”
“The clinic was by far the best class I have taken in the program. I’ve never learned so much in a graduate course yet about disability, assessment, and the process of identification and how all those components come together when working with families and students. I feel significantly more prepared to take on some of the crucial roles of a special educator than I did prior to the course. The course instructors were highly professional, knowledgeable, and really pushed students to excel in the course and in their development.”
The Assessment Clinic, located in the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Education, provides the Chicago land community with an Educational Assessment program for school age (6 to 16 years) children who are having learning difficulties.
Students are assessed at the clinic by interns who are completing their Master’s Degree in Special Education. They complete the assessments under supervision and with guidance from the Clinic Director and Instructors.
For a detailed list of our services offered, please visit our services page.