Assess the literacy and cognitive skills of children aged 11–15 years who have a high probability of dyslexia and develop detailed profiles of their particular strengths and weaknesses.
LASS 11–15 comprises eight standardised tests covering reasoning, reading, phonic decoding, spelling, visual and auditory-verbal memory and phonological awareness. The tests quickly identify any difficulties related to dyslexia or those caused by underlying cognitive problems in phonology and/or memory, highlighting any differences between a student’s actual and expected literacy levels.
Results are generated as clear graphical profiles that can be compared with percentiles, and age equivalent scores. The easy-to-interpret reports also include suggested next steps.
Use LASS as a more-detailed diagnostic follow-up to Rapid.