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Teenagers
Neuropsychological Testing for
CHILDREN, TEENS, AND YOUNG ADULTS

Here are some of the reasons you may be looking for neuropsychological assessments:

 

  • Diagnose Learning Disabilities

  • Emotional or Behavioral Issues

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Austism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Assessments

  • Developmental Delays

  • Informing Treatment

  • School Placement

  • Evaluating the Efficacy of Interventions

  • Understanding Strengths

  • and Weaknesses

  • Clarifying Diagnoses

Our doctors are specialists in the Neuropsychological Assessment of children, teens, and young adults. Some of the available psychological tests are as follows:

  • Intelligence tests (both verbal & non-verbal)

  • Achievement tests

  • Kindergartner readiness tests

  • Developmental tests

  • Memory tests

  • Aptitude test (for specific skills such as social perception skills)

  • Personality test

  • Assessment for Attention Deficit Disorder

  • Neuropsychological tests

We are specialists in identifying and treating ADHD.

 

Attention Deficit Disorder, biological in nature, affects people’s ability to focus, regulate their impulses, and maintain stillness. According to the CDCP, around 11% of children between the ages of 4 and 17 have been given an ADHD diagnosis. Recognizing ADHD early can have a significant impact on how well a child does at home, in school and in friendships. The main signs include impulsivity, hyperactivity and difficulty focusing. It might be challenging to determine whether a specific conduct is an indication of ADHD because all kids have the capacity to behave in this manner occasionally. The best method to avoid over-diagnosis or under-diagnosis is to have a child neuropsychologist with specific training analyze the younger.

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To make an appointment, please contact Summit Psychological Services at:

482 Springfield Avenue, Summit (2nd Floor)

Tel: (908) 273 - 5558

Email: information@summitpsychologicalservices.com

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