What is a Neurodevelopmental Assessment?

A comprehensive evaluation for toddlers, preschoolers, and early childhood which consists of a comprehensive evaluation across developmental domains including cognition, language and communication, visual spatial processing skills, and social emotional functioning.

What can I expect in the intake session?

For children above age three there are several steps in the evaluation process. The first step is called an intake. This session lasts typically 30 to 45 minutes and is an opportunity for parents to meet with their child’s clinician to discuss their concerns and ask questions about the assessment process. The intake session allows […]

What is the purpose of a neuropsychological evaluation?

The purpose of a comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation is to provide parents with a better understanding of their child’s overall developmental profile including areas of strength and relative challenge. Parents should also expect to be supported in translating this understanding of a child’s functioning into a plan for helping their child with whatever challenges have prompted […]

Does the neuropsychologist prescribe medication?


What is a neuropsychologist?

A developmental neuropsychologist is a doctoral level psychologist who is a licensed psychologist and health service provider with particular training and expertise in the diagnosis and management of neurologically based developmental, learning, and behavioral disorders of childhood.