Testing Service Providers

Students in need of certain academic accommodations must provide proper documentation of Psychological and/or Educational Testing and Assessment. This testing needs to be up-to-date (within the past 3 years in most cases).

Click to below to find a list of providers in the area who offer these services.

Psycho-Educational Testing Providers

John Pioli Ph.D. & Liane Pioli, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologists
Testing & Assessment for Learning Disabilities/ADHD
1495 Black Rock Tpke., Fairfield, CT 06824
Phone: (203) 366-3570


Dr. Manuel Rosales
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
1057 Broad Street, Bridgeport, CT 06604
Phone: (203) 336-3661


Sue Wallington Quinlan, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist
Testing & Assessment for Learning Disabilities/ADHD
68 Long Lots Rd., Westport, CT
Phone: (203) 227-7661


Dr. Mary White-Roath, Ed.D.
Integrated Assessment Associates
16 Brace Road, West Hartford  06107
Phone: (860) 256-7092

  • Learning disabilities
  • Nonverbal learning disabilities
  • Psychological problems (anxiety, depression, etc.)
  • Sliding fee scale not available; however, timed payments can be arranged


James Perrone, Ph.D.
23 Wheeler Rd, Monroe, CT 06468
Phone: (203) 452-7670

  • Learning disabilities
  • Nonverbal learning disabilities
  • Sliding fee scale available based on need
  • 35 years experience working with adults


Orit Borkowski Batey, Ph.D.
Neuropsychologist; Licensed Psychologist
35 Fawn Road,  Easton, CT 06612
Phone: (203) 459-0181

  • Learning disabilities
  • Nonverbal learning disabilities
  • Trauma in injuries
  • Sliding fee scale not available 

Testing Services

Alternate Location Testing Services
174 University Ave., Carstensen Hall, 2nd Floor, Bridgeport, CT

When approved by the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) Office, students may arrange to take exams at the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) office located on 174 University Ave., Carstensen Hall, 1st floor. The procedure for exam proctoring is as follows:

  1. Early in the semester, plan arrangements for testing accommodations with each of your instructors when you give the instructor the accommodation letter. If your accommodation letter included Alternate Location for Exams, follow the procedure below. In addition, if your instructor is unable to provide extended time for your exams and you need an alternate location to take an exam, please call (203) 576-4454 or email the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) Office at as soon as possible.
  2. Fill out and submit to Student Accessibility Services (SAS) office the Exam Proctor Form to request an appointment to take exam. Exam Proctor Form is also available at the reception area.
    • Notice of at least five business days prior to the date of your scheduled exam is required.
    • The test should be completed the same day as the scheduled exam unless prior permission has been granted.
    • When you schedule your test, be sure to allow time for extended time, if that is your accommodation. Typically, that means one and a half times the amount of time the test is designed to take.
    • The Student Accessibility Services (SAS) staff will check the testing schedule and confirm your appointment in person, by phone or email. The test will be scheduled as near to the time of your request as possible, depending on the availability of proctor and testing room.
  3. Student Accessibility Services (SAS) staff will inform you of confirmed testing time. This is your opportunity to inform the instructor of the day and time of the appointment as well as remind the instructor to deliver the test to the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) office prior to the appointment time. Important note: Request that your instructor complete the Proctor Cover Sheet documenting any special testing instructions given to the class. Student Accessibility Services (SAS) follows official exam procedures.
  4. Be on time on for the day of your test. Tardy arrivals of 15 minutes or more, may result in the administration of your exam being denied. If you cannot attend your scheduled testing time please call Student Accessibility Services (SAS) as soon as possible.
  5. When finished, leave the test with Student Accessibility Services (SAS) staff.
  6. Please tell your professor that you have taken the test and that he or she can pick it up at Student Accessibility Services (SAS) office.


  • Gwaina Wauldon, M.S., J.D.
    Director of Student Accessibility Services

  • 174 University Ave
    Carstensen Hall, Room 115
    Bridgeport, CT 06604

  • (203) 576-4454


  • Office Hours: 9AM – 5PM
    (By Appointment)

    Walk-in Hours:
    Wednesday (1 – 5PM )
    All other meetings by appointment only.

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