‘Kieran’s excellent report helped our daughter to secure the support she needed within her primary school. The recommendations within the report were also of great value to her learning support teacher and helped her learning support teacher to rework the support programme taking into account our daughter’s strengths and weaknesses’

Mrs L. Doran, Mount Merrion.

‘Although assessed in primary school, Kieran’s up-to-date educational assessment in Fifth Year was of enormous value to both Stephen and to his secondary school. Kieran’s detailed report helped Stephen to secure the supports he needed in his Leaving Certificate – these included the use of a laptop. Stephen also qualified for DARE which allowed him to secure his first preference Science degree course at UCD on reduced points entry’

Mrs S. Briscoe, Blackrock

‘Over the years I have known Kieran, he has assessed many pupils from our Junior School. I have always found his reports to be extremely detailed with excellent recommendations for assisting students. His manner in dealing with children and parents alike is both supportive and reassuring’

Sandra Coyne, Learning Support Coordinator, St. Andrew’s College Junior School

‘Over the years, Kieran has assessed many students here at St. Columba’s College. His reports are always very clearly written and of great value to the learning support team. His reports have also proved very useful in helping students to secure accommodations under the Reasonable Accommodations in Certificate Examinations (RACE) process and helping students to obtain reduced points entry to college under the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) process’

Suzanne McEneaney, Special Education Teacher, St. Columba’s College

‘I have known Kieran for many years in his capacity as an Educational Psychologist. He has completed psycho-educational assessments for a range of students here at DCU. His reports are always clear and succinct and the recommendations in the reports have been of great benefit to both the Disability Service and to the students themselves’

Anne O’Connor, Head of Disability Support Service, Dublin City University