Resources for Assessment Services

HCC does not test or diagnose for disabilities. Students who suspect that they have a disability and would like to receive accommodations through the college may:

  • Contact their insurance company to find out if they will pay for a psychological or neuropsychological evaluation.
  • Obtain a formal diagnosis from a certified professional, including a psychiatrist, psychologist, neurologist, or other learning disabilities specialist.

The following is a resource list of several places that conduct testing services among others.

Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)

The Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) has programs and services that help people with significant disabilities go to work in careers of their choice.  If eligible, DORS may conduct a psychological assessment to better understand strengths and potential career options.
Fees: No fee for evaluation
Location:
Professional Arts Building
5 Public Square Suite 411
Hagerstown, MD 21740
Phone: 301-791-4760
Fax: 301-739-8464

Sally Schmidt, Ph.D.

Dr. Schmidt provides psychological testing and psycho-educational assessments to address current academic functioning and suggested accommodations.
Fees: Fee for service to be determined
Location:
1140 Opal Ct. Suite 217
Phone: 301-790-1560

Vic Cardinale, Ph.D.

Doctor Cardinale provides a wide range of assessments including testing for diagnosis and treatment for psycho-educational assessments for ADHD and learning disorders. Fees: Fees for service to be determined, Insurance accepted
Location:
9191 Brin Blvd.
Chambersburg, PA 17201
Phone: 717-496-8004
Fax: 717-496-8005

Jeff Lensbower

Fees: Fees for service to be determined
Location:
1970 Scotland Ave.
Chambersburg, PA 17201
Phone: 717-263-6370
Fax: 717-263-9579

Monacacy Neurodevelopment Center

Monacacy Neurodevelopment Center is a multidisciplinary center developed to provide both diagnostic and treatment services for individuals suffering from neurodevelopmental challenges and support. Holly Martin (Intake Coordinator)
Fees: Fees for service to be determined
Location:
65 Thomas Johnson Dr.
Frederick, MD 21702
Phone: 301-662-3808
Fax: 301-695-9694

Ashburn Psychological Services

Offers psycho-educational evaluation, emotional disorder, auditory processing testing, and ADHD screening. Chris (Intake Manager)
Fees: Fees for service to be determined
Location:
44110 Ashburn Shopping Plaza Suite 251
Ashburn, VA
Phone: 703-723-2999
Fax: 703-723-4144

Applied Counseling & Psych-Educational Services

Provides testing for various cognitive, emotional and learning disabilities Myra L. Burgee, Ph.D.
Fees: To be determined
Location:
Jackson Place South
932 Hungerford Dr. Suite 5B
Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: 301-933-2374
Fax: 301-253-5859

The University of Maryland Psychology Clinic

The Psychology Clinic provides evidenced-based psychological assessment and treatment for a wide variety of concerns and issues. Psychological assessment includes cognitive evaluations for learning disabilities and intelligence testing as well as diagnostic assessments for Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The Psychology Clinic is staffed by Clinical Psychology Faculty and graduate students from the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. For more information please call number below.
Fees: Sliding scale from $750-$1350 based on household income.
Location:
2114 Biology-Psychology Building
College Park, MD 20850
Phone: 301-405-4808

Anne Arundel Counseling Center

Provides diagnostic psychological and psychiatric evaluations
Fees: Psychiatric evaluation (Psychiatric Nurse Practioner – medication monitoring) $500; Diagnostic Psychological evaluation-$1,500
Location:
7310 Ritchie Highway, Suite 1009
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Phone: 410-768-5988

If other services are known which are not included on this list, please contact the coordinator of disability support services at 240-500-2273.

Hagerstown Community College does not endorse or assume responsibility for any service or treatment provided on this list. This listing is given by request for those students with possible learning disabilities.