Lifelong learning includes the traditional education of nontraditional learners (often meaning adult learners who have delayed their higher education and returned to the formal educational setting) as well as continuing professional development and continuing education for those in their careers. Undiagnosed and untreated learning and thinking differences can wreak havoc on those earnestly attempting to learn throughout their lives. However, there are so many barriers to traditional assessment and treatment that many lifelong learners do not have easy access to these services. Tele-assessment (and tele-diagnosis) and virtual treatment hold a potential to reduce barriers, increase access and ease, and provide seamless supports for those whose brains are mismatched to the typical demands of lifelong learning. By reducing time constraints (including requiring rigid, in-office hours as well as travel time), increasing supply (by more easily distributing resources especially to rural and dense, urban areas), and providing valid and research-supported diagnosis and treatment, tele-assessment and virtual treatment can help lift some of the roadblocks that lifelong learners face in their education.