To support clinical history and brain maps, clients may complete pre- and post-neurofeedback therapy academic tests. We use the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT 4), which measures an individual’s ability to read words, comprehend sentences, spell, and compute solutions to math problems.
Academic testing, for example, could be used when a learning disability in math is identified by a parent in initial consultations. The issue could be confirmed by a brain map and supported by academic tests that measure the issue by grade level performance. After focusing neurofeedback therapy on that issue, the tests can be run again to see if the client’s grade level performance has improved.