Each evaluation is designed to address the individual needs of the child, and may differ depending on the child's age and reason for referral. Our neuropsychological assessments provide detailed information on a wide range of factors that may influence a child's learning and behavior, including intellectual abilities, language, attention, executive functions, learning and memory, spatial abilities, academic skills, and emotional and behavioral functioning. By understanding strengths and weaknesses in these areas, we can help identify the underlying causes of a child's difficulties and the most appropriate interventions.
IQ testing/Giftedness evaluations
Evaluations for college accommodations and standardized testing accommodations (e.g., SAT, ACT, GRE)
Professional consultation and second opinions
Lectures and seminars
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Each evaluation begins with a clinical interview to discuss your concerns and child's development and history. Individual testing with your child is scheduled over several appointments, during which our staff strives to provide a warm and comfortable environment for your child. Once testing is completed, an appointment is scheduled to discuss the evaluation results and to develop a plan to address identified difficulties. A detailed written report with specific recommendations will be provided and can be used to obtain support through the school and to help guide treatment. Free consultation with your child's school, therapists, and physicians is offered to help aid in treatment implementation.