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The goal of a neuropsychological evaluation is to provide detailed information regarding your child’s cognitive abilities, behavioral, social-emotional, and psychological functioning. This can be helpful in understanding more about your child so that specific and directed interventions can be developed and implemented in order to optimize your child’s development and functional independence.


Skill areas that are often assessed include:

  • Intellectual and adaptive functioning
  • Academic and pre-academic functioning
  • Attention and processing skills
  • Sensorimotor skills
  • Fine and gross motor skills
  • Receptive and expressive language
  • Visual-perceptual and visual-motor skills
  • New learning and memory
  • Organization, planning, and problem-solving
  • Behavior
  • Social skills
  • Personality and emotional functioning