Neuropsychological

“Of or relating to both the mind and the nervous system as affecting mental processes”
A neuropsychological evaluation is a comprehensive assessment that evaluates how the brain works. In addition to a standard battery of cognitive and academic achievement tests, a series of neuropsychological tests are given to evaluate an individual’s attention, memory, processing speed, language, visual-spatial, problem solving, and learning skills.
Neuropsychological evaluations are often administered for known or suspected brain injuries, seizure disorders, brain tumors, or other behavioral or medical conditions that impact brain functioning. They may also be useful in detecting non-traditional learning or attentional disorders.

Key Areas of the Evaluation

  • Tests for attention span and memory
  • Tests for language and speech skills
  • Test for reasoning, planning, and organizing skills.

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