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Mission Statement


Mission

The Regional Assessment and Resource Centre provides access to affordable and quality psychological and psycho educational assessments to post-secondary students with learning difficulties.

We provide our clients with a better understanding of their unique learning strengths and challenges, and access to appropriate supports and accommodations.

We provide training opportunities to graduate students and psychological service providers, and contribute to body of research regarding adults with learning disorders.

We assist students in making the transition from high school to post secondary.

Specific Roles

To provide psycho-educational assessment services to the post-secondary student population of Southern & Southeastern Ontario as well as to secondary school students in the Kingston community. RARC also provides psychoeducational assessment services to adults in the community who are returning to a post-secondary learning environment. Students must be accepted into or attending a publically funded post-secondary institution in order to be eligible for our services.

We also provide follow up services, in the form of adaptive technology training, access to accommodations, learning strategies, adjustment and transition to post-secondary learning in the context of an individual's learning disability.

Lastly, we provide training opportunities for new professionals and students in psychology, education, occupational therapy and rehabilitation therapy.

Activities

Psychological and psychoeducational assessment including recommendations of appropriate accommodations, learning strategies and assistive technologies.

Counselling for clients with a neurological processing impairment or psychological disorder that will interface with their learning in academic or non-academic environments.

Peer supervision and professional development for all members of the assessment team.

Training and supervision of graduate students in the provision of assessment and counselling services.

Office Hours

The centre is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


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Mackintosh-Corry Hall, B100
68 University Avenue
Queen's University
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Phone: (613) 533-6311
Fax: (613) 533-6564

FUNDED BY THE MINISTRY OF TRAINING ,
 COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES