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What Can I Expect?

A neuropsychological evaluation consists of an interview with a neuropsychologist, followed by testing completed by either the neuropsychologist or a psychometrist (a specialized test administrator) under the neuropsychologist's supervision. The evaluation will involve a variety of tasks and questionnaires assessing abilities in areas such as attention, memory, reasoning and problem-solving, language, visual-spatial skills, intelligence, academic skills, motor abilities, processing speed, and functional skills. Testing will be customized based on your needs and concerns. Testing takes several hours and can be completed in multiple sessions. 

Neuropsychological Evaluations

  • Acquired Brain Injury (including TBI, Anoxia/Hypoxia, and Stroke)

  • Neurodegenerative Diseases and Dementias (including Alzheimer's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Parkinson's disease)

  • Neurodevelopmental Disorders (including Autism, ADHD, Learning Disability, and Intellectual Disability)

  • Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder

  • Disability Evaluations


Psychoeducational Testing

  • Learning Disability

  • Giftedness 


Psychological Assessments

  • Mood and Personality Testing

  • Pre-Surgical Evaluations

  • Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations

  • Developmental, Medical, and Psychosocial History

  • Intellectual Abilities

  • Academic Achievement

  • Attention and Executive Functioning

  • Verbal and Visual Memory

  • Speech and Language Skills

  • Visual-Motor and Visual-Spatial Abilities

  • Emotional, Interpersonal, and Behavioral Functioning

  • Motor Speed and Dexterity

What Testing Includes

All evaluations include a full clinical interview, formal standardized testing tailored to assess your concerns, a comprehensive report that details diagnostic impressions and recommendations for treatment, and a detailed feedback session to review results and help guide you to available interventions and resources. 

Types of Evalutions

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