The evaluation involves an initial developmental history taking. Eight to ten hours are devoted to testing sessions, followed by a feedback session, which will include recommendations. A report will follow.
Neuropsychological Evaluations and Academic Testing for children and adolescents
*A comprehensive approach of the child’s strengths and weaknesses assessing neurodevelopmental functioning in the areas of Attention Deficit Disorder, Autism Spectrum, Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Problems. This includes cognitive, academic, and personality traits.
*IQ testing provided for Talented and Gifted programs.
* ADOS 2 testing for levels of autism
Neuropsychological Evaluations of adults and geriatrics
A complete evaluation of cognitive capabilities and personality functioning to help determine levels of performance in the assessment of Adult Attention Deficit Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Chronic Medical Conditions, Stroke, Brain Tumor, Cognitive Decline, and Dementia.
Include cognitive – behavioral therapy, play therapy, behavior modification, family therapy, parent training, stress reduction and relaxation, and social skills groups.
Include academic remediation (focusing on the findings of the neuropsychological evaluation), organizational strategies, and school consultations.
(Sessions are generally 60 minutes.)