Our neuropsychology team is providing new services through video consultations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic to help you and your family.
Our services include:
Ask a Neuropsychologist– Video consultation meetings to have a private meeting with a neuropsychologist
Our neuropsychologists are also available to help you manage challenges that present during this stressful period of home-schooling.
Is your child having trouble focusing or remaining on-task? Are they presenting with behavioral challenges? Do they have ADHD or executive functioning issues?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, contact Dr. Tam at 551-250-1017 x 3 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
She can help you develop a plan to modify challenging behaviors, set up an effective workspace, build tools to optimize sustained attention, and address other challenges. We’re here to help.
Although we are not presently doing neuropsychological assessments in the office to protect the health of our patients and staff, we are compiling a list of those who may be interested in a comprehensive evaluation. Once the health crisis improves, we will contact interested individuals to schedule an appointment. If interested, contact Dr. Helen Tam at 551-250-1017 x 3 or email@example.com
What is a neuropsychological evaluaion?
According to the American Academy of Neuropsychology (AACN), a neuropsychological evaluation different from a psychoeducational evaluation because the psychoeducational evaluation looks at if there is a challenge with a basic academic skill, whereas the neuropsychological evaluation can provide information as to why there is a challenge. The neuropsychological evaluation is a more comprehensive evaluation that assesses functional skills of the brain that may be affected by brain injury, developmental problems, and medical issues. The neuropsychological evaluation can help to identify how a child learns and how challenges may be affecting the child in school, at home, and with peers by assessing a broader range of skills, as well as defining whether the expectations of the child is meeting their specific strengths and weaknesses. Skills assessed in a neuropsychological evaluation are often tailored to the referral concern, but generally include an assessment of cognitive, achievement, language, visual/motor, perceptual, learning/memory, attention, executive functioning, and social emotional skills, whereas a psychoeducational evaluation typically includes an assessment of cognitive, achievement, and social emotional skills.
Our comprehensive Neuropsychological Assessment assesses across 7 major areas, including:
- Cognitive skills
- Visual / Motor
- Learning / Memory
- Attention / Executive Functioning
- Social Emotional skills
Some common conditions we see in our office include:
- Learning Disabilities
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Developmental Social Disorders
- Secondary effects of Developmental Disabilities
- Secondary effects of Brain Injuries
- and related Special Needs
We provide our Neuropsychological Assessment services to children as young as preschool and as old as college aged, and Autism Diagnostic evaluations.