Multilingual assessments are available. Assessments can be conducted in Spanish, Portuguese and Indonesian
The most in-depth and comprehensive form of evaluation that is specifically aimed at exploring the behavioral manifestations of brain dysfunctions across various neurocognitive domains.
Designed to determine a child or a dependent adult’s level of intellectual (intelligence) and adaptive (ability to perform daily self-care activities typical for the age group) functioning.
MEMORY CLINIC EVALUATION
Geared specifically to meet the diagnostic needs of older individuals age 65 years old and above who are presenting with cognitive changes particularly in the form of memory loss.
LEARNING DISABILITY EVALUATION
Seeks to identify the presence of a cognitive “disability” that has a detrimental impact on a student’s ability to learn and attain a level of academic achievement that is equal to his/her intellectual potential.
An area of specialization that focuses on restoring the functions of the brain of the head that have been identified in the neuropsychological assessment as being impaired or inefficient.
Seeks to provide diagnostic clarification and differentiation when there is uncertainty regarding the nature of the various underlying factors that may be contributing to the symptoms.
PEDIATRIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
Includes all the components of a thorough adult neuropsychological assessment but it also integrates specific knowledge of brain development, specific vulnerabilities during crucial stages of fetal growth, as well as understanding of normal childhood behavior and development.