Sources for Dyslexia Testing

Updated: Feb 23, 2021

Family Practitioners can suggest a Neuropsychologist that does testing within insurance coverage.

To have a child formally assessed for dyslexia, a battery of tests are conducted, usually by a psychologist or neuropsychologist. Typically, assessments to diagnose dyslexia are done between 7 and 10 years old. Schools may do assessments to determine a learning disability but do not make diagnoses. Often families may request a referral from their child's pediatrician. It is recommended that parents check with their insurance company as the assessment is not always covered and can be somewhat costly. Private clinicans are another source to explore.

A referral from a primary care physician may be required before beginning assessment.

Cailler Clinic

2620 Stein Blvd

Eau Claire, WI 54701


Collaborative Counseling, LLC

Dr. Sally Frutiger, PhD, LP

901 Fourth Street

Hudson, WI 54016


Educational Therapy & Care Clinic

Debbie J Olufs, PhD

1900 South Avenue

La Crosse, WI 54601


Jessica Martin – Private Practice School Psychologist


K12 Psychoeducational Services, LLC

Tonya Klem, Ed.S, NCSP – School Psychologist

Menomonie, WI


Marshfield Clinic

Dr. Brennan Young, PhD


Dr. Young will do assessments via Telehealth in Eau Claire, Hayward, Ladysmith, and Menomonie

Marshfield Clinic-Marshfield

Dr. Gary Olsen, PhD

Dr. Sarah Kortenkamp, PhD

Dr. Eketerina Keifer, PhD

1000 N Oak Ave Marshfield, WI 54449


UWEC Communication Sciences + Disorders

Human Sciences and Services 112

239 Water Street

Eau Claire, WI 54703


UWEC Human Development Center

Human Sciences and Services 160 239 Water Street Eau Claire, WI 54703


Harbor City Psychological Assoc

314 West Superiorn St, Ste 702

Duluth, MN 55802


Dorothy Morrison, PhD

28021 Eagle Point Trail

Danbury, WI 54830