We offer a variety of assessment services, including:

*Cognitive assessments for independent school admissions

*Neurodevelopmental disorder (e.g., ADHD) evaluations

*Learning disability evaluations

*Neuropsychological evaluations

*Personality assessments

*Diagnostic assessments

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Common Presenting Concerns:

*attention and concentration 

*learning and memory

*difficulty with reading or math

*recent deterioration in grades

*behavioral problems in the classroom

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Testing for independent school admission involves:

*Self-report background questionnaire (e.g., reason for referral, family history, current functioning)

*Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence (WPPSI) or Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC)

*Comprehensive report and onsite feedback session (approximately 2-3 weeks after testing is completed)

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Neuropsychological assessments typically include:

*Completion of a background clinical interview and current assessment of functioning

*Completion of typically 2-4 sessions, each lasting 3-4 hours, which includes a battery of tests that assess multiple domains (e.g., executive functioning, processing speed, perceptual reasoning, memory, attention, academic achievement, adaptive behavior) by requiring individuals to read, draw figures and shapes, listen to recorded tapes, view printed material, and manipulate objects

*Comprehensive report and onsite feedback session reviewing the report and performance (approximately 4 weeks after testing is completed)

*The goal of these assessments is to evaluate attention, memory, language, problem solving, or other thinking abilities