- Comprehensive Neuropsychological Assessment
- Vocational Assessment
- Parenting Assessment
- Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)
- Cross-Cultural Assessment
- Developmental Disabilities (e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorder; FASD; genetic disorders)
- Brain Injuries
- Epilepsy & Seizure Disorders
- Memory Disorders
- Legal; Accident & Injury claims (e.g. brain injury; motor vehicle accidents)
What is a neuropsychological assessment?
A neuropsychological assessment is a specialized study of the relationship between the brain and behavior. Results from these types of assessments provide detailed descriptions of a person’s psychological abilities, disabilities, and adaptive functioning that are essential for work, school, and daily living.
How is a neuropsychological assessment different from a standard psychological assessment?
A psychological assessment evaluates an individual’s mental health, behavioral functioning, executive functioning, and cognitive abilities using standardized tests. A neuropsychological assessment addresses the same factors, but is more in-depth and comprehensive.
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