The WIIIP Dyslexia report includes the following sections: 


Demographic Information – Content will reflect the specifics of your test administration. 


Tests and Checklists Administered – Identifies the WJ IV test batteries and checklists that were administered. 


Purpose of Report – Describes the purpose of the report, which is to organize and present assessment results in a manner useful for determining whether the examinee demonstrates characteristics of dyslexia. 


Dyslexia Definitions – This section includes the International Dyslexia Association (IDA, 2002) dyslexia definition and a functional definition of dyslexia. 


WIIIP Checklists – This section contains any WIIIP checklists that are selected for inclusion in the report. 


Dyslexia Score Profile – This section includes scoring tables and narrative describing results of comparisons between the examinee’s ability, reading and spelling skills, and cognitive and linguistic measures. 


Interpretation – Includes scoring tables and narrative organized by primary areas of reading and spelling, secondary reading and writing skills, ability measures, and cognitive and linguistic abilities. 


Summary – Report summary of the tests and checklists administered. 


Instructional Recommendations and Interventions – Provides a list of suggested formative or evidenced-based interventions based on examinee’s WJ IV test performance. 


(Optional) Appendix A: Detailed Interpretation of Clusters and Tests – Provides a detailed description of the examinee’s performance on tests and clusters based on the individual’s relative standing in relation to same-age or grade peers or his or her measured proficiency on the WJ IV.


More details regarding the WIIIP Dyslexia Report can be reviewed in the WIIIP Dyslexia Report Guide: 

WiiiP Dyslexia Report Guide (riversideinsights.com)