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Neuropsychological Evaluation

Neuropsychological evaluation includes parent and child interviews, parent questionnaires, intellectual, memory, neuropsychological skills, and personality testing. Neuropsychological skills are the building blocks for functioning in school and in life.

  • When to use neuropsychological evaluation:
  • To diagnose and determine the extent of neuropsychological impairments
  • To diagnose Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • To determine the nature of memory impairments
  • To clarify learning styles and impairments
  • To identify neuropsychological strengths
  • To diagnose learning disabilities
  • For educational planning
  • For treatment planning and referral
Neuropsychological Skills Measured:
  • Visual Processing
  • Auditory Processing
  • Cognitive Flexibility
  • Attention/Concentration
  • Spacial Constructive
  • Working Memory
  • Memory
  • Executive Functions
  • Problem Solving
  • Sensorimotor
  • Cognitive Fluency
  • Verbal Processing
  • Tests given:
  • Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children - V (WISC-V)
  • NEPSY - II
  • Delis Kaplan Executive Function System (D-KEFS)
  • California Verbal Learning Test for Children (CVLT Children)
  • Bender Gestalt Test of Visual Motor Integration
  • Wide Range Assessment of Memory & Learning II (WRAML II)
  • Woodcock Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities III (WJ III Cognitive Abilities)
  • Woodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement III (WJ III Achievement)
  • Weschler Individual Achievement Inventory - II (WIAT-II)
  • Children's Neuropsychological Questionnaire
  • Amen's Brain System and ADD Checklists
  • Barkley's ADHD Questionnaires and Structured Parent Interview
  • House Tree Person (HTP)
  • Kinetic Family Drawing (KFD)
  • Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
  • Rorschach
  • Children's Depression Inventory
  • Children's Sentence Completion Test
  • Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory - Adolescent Version (MMPI-A)
  • Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI)