The Learning Disability Clinic is a specialty clinic operating within the Psychology Training Clinic in the Psychology Department at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The clinic is devoted to providing diagnostic services for those university students seeking protection under the Americans with Disabilities Act for learning problems. The clinic offers an extensive neuropsychological evaluation at a student-discounted price designed to diagnose learning disability, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and other issues that interfere with learning and are covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Individuals seeking such an evaluation contact the Accessibility Resource Center (229-5660 or 229-6239) first to determine whether an evaluation from the Learning Disability Clinic is required. If an evaluation is required then two sessions of testing are scheduled. Once testing is completed a follow-up appointment is scheduled to discuss the results and, if a diagnosis of learning-related difficulty is made, then a referral back to ARC occurs to discuss possible classroom accommodations and other arrangements to facilitate academic performance.
- David C. Osmon, Ph.D., ABPP-cn
- Clinical Neuropsychologist
Dr. Osmon is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr. Osmon’s research interests include adult learning disability and test development. He has over 35 years of clinical experience in numerous clinical settings including an alcohol inpatient hospital, several rehabilitation units servicing stroke, head injury and general neurological patients, neurology inpatients, and general neuropsychological private practice. Most recently Dr. Osmon’s clinical activities include forensic neuropsychology and the adult learning disability clinic.
Source of Payment
The Adult Learning Disability Clinic operates on an out-of-pocket basis and is confined largely to servicing university students. Full price for the evaluation is $1000, although a discounted price for students of $350 is offered. An additional discounted price ($225) is sometimes offered based upon willingness to volunteer time. We do not accept private insurance or Medicaid.
For more information about the evaluation services provided by the Adult Learning Disability Clinic at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, please contact Dr. Osmon by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).Adult Learning Disability Clinic
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Department of Psychology
P.O. Box 413
Pearse Hall, Room 179
Milwaukee, WI 53201
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