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Clinical Services

Neuropsychological evaluation provides a thorough assessment of cognitive functioning. This helps in understanding the reasons behind school struggles in the context of various concerns including learning problems, attention problems, concussion, or neurologic disorders.

Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a brain-processing difference that limits the efficiency of reading. People with dyslexia often have remarkable strengths, such as creativity and problem solving. Neuropsychological evaluation helps to clarify diagnosis of dyslexia, and gives an understanding of your child’s particular strengths.

ADHD

Understand your child’s struggles with focus and concentration and formulate a plan of how to help. Work with the neuropsychologist to find ways to maximize your child’s successes in school while minimizing experiences of failure or frustration.

Learning

Help your child find his/her best path to success in school. Dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia are a few examples of learning disorders we can assess for. Work with us to determine whether school accommodations are needed and how to keep your child engaged in learning.

Neurological Disorders

Epilepsy, brain tumors, and hydrocephalus are just a few of the brain disorders that we have experience assessing, understanding and recommending treatments for. Often, there are cognitive struggles associated with these types of conditions. Work with the neuropsychologist to understand your child’s unique brain functioning in the midst of complex medical conditions.

The Importance of a Clinical Assessment

Children and adolescents usually don't know how to tell us that they are struggling in school. Parents see the challenges, but sometimes don't know why. Neuropsychological evaluation provides a careful look at possible reasons a child might be having a hard time in school, and provides recommendations for ways to treat or work around them.