On the day of your first appointment please bring the office forms that were mailed to you and copies of all previous evaluations your child has completed (e.g., neuropsychological evaluation, school evaluations, psychiatric reports, etc.). In addition, please bring your health insurance card and a form of identification.
In order to ensure valid and accurate testing results, we advise that children have a good night's sleep and breakfast before each testing session.
We ask that a parent/guardian of young children remain on the premises during testing. Our office building offers free wifi and a newly renovated cafe for parents' convenience during appointments.
A neuropsychological evaluation helps identify the underlying causes of your child's difficulties by developing an understanding of his or her strengths and weakness and how these affect learning and functioning in the home, school, and community. A full evaluation is typically conducted in three sessions, lasting two to three hours each, depending on the child's age.
Insurance coverage varies depending on your insurance policy, your child's difficulties, and the type of evaluation needed. Please contact our office to discuss your child's individual situation.
The results of the evaluation will: