A neuropsychological evaluation can help to better understand your child's functioning in areas such as memory, learning, attention, perception, language, and personality.  This information can help you and your child's teacher, therapists, and physician provide treatments and interventions for your child that will meet his or her unique needs.


Typical referral reasons include:

1. Difficulty in learning, attention, behavior, socialization, or emotional control.

2. A disease or inborn developmental problem that affects the brain in some way.

3. A brain injury from an accident, birth trauma, or other physical stress.


Please contact us for more information on the process involved in a pediatric neuropsychological evaluation.