Neurocognitive Testing and Evaluation
Cognitive struggles can make you feel less capable than you are normally.
Problems with memory, attention, word-finding, and/or retaining newly learned information can sometimes become beyond annoying, into the realm of frightening.
Residual issues from a concussion or stroke can often result in thinking much less clearly, difficulty trying to pay attention, or struggling with many words that used to come to you easily.
Psychological Testing or Assessment
Worse yet, your child could be suffering from those and the below issues.
- You see them struggling behaviorally both at home and in school – and are unsure of how to help them.
- They have to be prompted over and over just to get a simple task completed.
- Their peers seem to be ahead of your child in so many areas.
But you continue to see them falling behind and feel heartbroken watching them attempt so much – and fall short. Learning and/or paying attention should not have to be this hard for them.
We can help!
We offer neuropsychological testing, which is where we are able to perform a variety of tests that will help us to identify your child’s strengths and weaknesses.
We are then able to give you recommendations that can help your child be more successful in school and at home.
Memories are unreliable… thinking clearly is a challenge.
Family members may be concerned about your living alone after having observed some of your memory challenges… beyond walking into a room and not remembering why you went there (lots of us do that!).
When the awareness diminishes to leaving the stove on or not being sure where you are in a place you’ve been to many times, the memory issue has progressed to an unsafe place.
Let us help!
If you are an adult, neuropsychological testing can help you better understand your strengths and weaknesses, so you can identify ways to be more successful.
Testing for neuropsychological functioning can help!
Neuropsychological testing can assess and diagnose:
- ADHD (inattentive type and combined type)
- Learning Disabilities
- Concussion / Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Lingering symptoms of Stroke
- Psychological Conditions
- Mood Disorders
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)