Neuropsychological testing is used to understand how different parts of the brain are functioning, including memory, verbal abilities, processing speed and executive functioning. We use standardized, well-researched assessments to gather information pertaining to:
- Verbal Skills
- Non-verbal/Perceptual Reasoning Skills
- Working Memory
- Processing Speed
- Verbal Learning and Memory
Neuropsychological assessments are also used to identify and diagnose cognitive struggles, such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (known as ADHD, or sometimes ADD), Nonverbal Learning Disability (NVLD), and Alzheimer's/Dementia.
Often, these tests are used in conjunction with psychological assessments and academic measures to identify whether your struggles stem from areas of weakness in the brain, mood related issues, or learning disabilities.