A neuropsychological evaluation is appropriate whenever:

There are concerns about a child’s development, academic, social/emotional, daily living, or behavioral functioning A child has a medical history with known neurocognitive consequences, such as prenatal complications, prematurity, concussion/head injury, seizures, cancer, hypoxia, and other medical/genetic disorders A child has a psychiatric disorder that may be contributing to disruptions in academic, behavioral, social-emotional, adaptive, and vocational functioning