College bound students and adults also have the opportunity to identify and understand their processing strengths and weaknesses, and to have a full understanding of their own learning profile. Assessments are typically completed when needing accommodation for college testing, when aspects of work or higher education are challenging, or to understand what vocational setting or pursuits best match your profile. Some adults come in for assessment after years of wondering if they have had a learning disability or attention deficit, and they have come to appreciate how this affects their parenting, marriage, and work. Recommendations are made for college assistance, accommodations in work of school, educational resources, support groups, and therapeutic interventions as needed. I am not the right provider, however, to evaluate such diagnoses as Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, or Dementia; and I do not evaluate marital stressors. I value the chance to assess older teens and adults as they can provide a greater level of insight into their internal processes, how they approach a certain task, and why they do the things that they do. I provide more immediate feedback about performance on individual tasks to these learners, which makes the process itself interesting to those who participate.