Parents, teachers, and clinicians agree. The WELL screening is a groundbreaking tool to assess early childhood development.
"The WELL screening shows the growth my students make over the course of a school year and helps guide my teaching to best support each individual learner."
Teacher, Private School, Lauren Brown
"The WELL screening captures the child's imagination while assessing skills essential to kindergarten success."
Professor and NIH Funded Researcher, Barbara Lewis, Ph.D.
"This is a great service being offered to families. This could easily change the course of a child's life."
Mom and Son, Aspen, Co., Melony and Ben
"The WELL screening platform truly takes online screening tests for suspected speech, language, and learning disabilities to a new level. Its state of art technology and animations make assessing skills critical for future academic success fun and engaging."
Professor and Simulation Education Expert, Stacy Williams, Ph.D., CHSE, ASHA fellow
"This is an invaluable tool my school uses to identify kindergarten students who are at risk for learning disabilities."
School Psychologist, Private Practice, Eric Wonderly, Ph.D.
"Dr. Ekelman and colleagues have created a unique, groundbreaking screener to identify key cognitive components neurologically associated with academic growth. A definite MUST for any parent interested in optimizing their child's academic growth."
Neurologist, University Hospitals, Barbara E. Shapiro, M.D., Ph.D.
"This is the best kindergarten screener available...great for detecting kiddos with reading difficulty and speech and language needs. Interactive...fun..right around 20 minutes to administer...great for schools and clinics."
Executive Director of Dynamic Therapy Solutions, Los Angeles, Lisa Sandoval, M.A., CCC-SLP
"The WELL provides insight into skill areas not typically found in speech-language screening tools. Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center is using the WELL screener to identify kindergarten readiness skills that can be targeted through intervention and home programs. The WELL also pinpoints areas that may need to be evaluated further. We are so fortunate to have this online tool that can be completed by our speech-language pathologists or by parents."
Executive Director of the Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center, Jennell Vick, Ph.D.