Neuropsychological assessment is an evaluation of how one’s brain is functioning. A neuropsychologist administers various tests to examine skills such as:
- Intelligence (IQ)
- Academic Achievement
- Language Skills
- Executive Functioning
- Short- and Long-Term Memory
- Fine Motor Skills
- Social/Emotional/Behavioral Functioning
- Adaptive Skills (life skills for taking care of oneself & getting along with others)
Children, adolescents, and young adults who are having difficulties with learning and overall functioning may benefit from a neuropsychological evaluation. In addition, individuals with neurological/medical diagnoses or general developmental concerns would benefit from a neuropsychological evaluation.
For more information on the neuropsychological assessments offered at Psychology Resources, please click here.
For more information on Dr. Baruch Williams, Psychology Resources’ neuropsychologist, please read her biography.