A psychoeducational assessment is typically recommended if a child or adolescent (or even adults) is experiencing difficulties with learning or functioning within the classroom or work setting. A psychoeducational assessment involves a comprehensive process that included an initial interview, the administration of measures of intellectual functioning, academic achievement, memory, visual-motor skills, and social, emotional, and behavioural functioning. The process typically involves 9-12 hours of time in session and can require weeks to months to complete. Parents are provided with a written reports with a diagnosis, if warranted, and recommendations, which they can share with teachers or their physician. Parents also receive a feedback session in which the results and recommendations are discussed, and parents have an opportunity to ask questions.