Accurate Assessments of San Diego provides the following neuropsychological evaluations: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), ADHD Assessment / ADD Assessment, Dementia Evaluation, Learning Disability Evaluation for Dyslexia and other Learning Disorders, Giftedness Assessment, and Post - Stroke Assessments.
A Neuropsychological Assessment is performed by a Neuropsychologist. It helps to diagnose neurological, neurodevelopmental, and psychiatric disorders in children and adults. It will help identify functional limitations and abilities and determine the prognosis of these problems so that you can get help in areas you need it, and excel in areas of strength. Neuropsychological assessment is also widely used to evaluate complex learning and behavior problems in children and adults.
Neuropsychological assessment is often conducted after a head injury (traumatic brain
injury), brain surgery, or when there are cognitive or intellectual changes. These evaluations
are also recommended when there are problems with memory, concentration, motivation,
and executive functions such as planning, organizing, judgment, and social functioning.
Neuropsychological Assessment evaluates:
General intellectual abilities
Higher-level executive skills (e.g., planning, organizing, problem solving)
Attention and concentration
Learning and memory
Language and communication
Visual–spatial skills (e.g., perception)
Motor and sensory skills
Mood, behavior, and personality