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Dyslexia is complex
Assessing for it doesn’t have to be
The Tests of Dyslexia (TOD) is the first comprehensive assessment of dyslexia, eliminating the need to use tests from different assessments. Linking dyslexia assessment to targeted interventions has never been more efficient and effective.
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How it works

Assessment areas covered:

  • Spelling
  • Reasoning
  • Vocabulary
  • Reading Fluency 
  • Phonics Knowledge 
  • Decoding Efficiency 
  • Basic Reading Skills 
  • Sight Word Acquisition 
  • Phonological Awareness
  • Orthographic Processing
  • Auditory Working Memory 
  • Rapid Automatized Naming 
  • Reading Comprehension Efficiency 
  • Visual Verbal Paired Associate Learning

Benefits of the TOD:

  • The first Comprehensive Dyslexia Assessment to include interventions tied to the assessment data.
  • Suitable for all ages, the TOD offers age and grade-based tests, indexes, and composite scores.
    • TOD-Early (Grades K–2; 5 years, 0 months–9 years, 3 months) and TOD-Comprehensive is for ages 6 years, 0 months–89 years, 11 months (Grade 1 through adulthood; 6 years, 0 months–89 years, 11 months)
  • The screener provides a Dyslexia Risk Index score in 10-15 minutes
    • This brief assessment can be given individually or in a group format by teachers or other professionals.
  • Includes a detailed and evidence-based Dyslexia Interventions and Recommendations Companion Guide
  • The assessment includes Co-Normed Rating Scales.
  • Allows for the identification and targeting of an individual's difficulties in acquiring literacy skills.
  • Includes tests of reasoning for comparison with reading and spelling
  • Allows for universal application regardless of district Specific Learning Disability (SLD) model.
  • Stand-alone tests allow for an individually tailored evaluation

Frequently Asked Questions: Dyslexia Interventions and Assessments