Comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations are essential for accurate diagnosis and treatment of neurological and other conditions that impact memory and thinking skills but they typically involve relatively long appointments at the neuropsychologists's office that may be far from your residence. Recent developments in the fields of telemedicine and neuropsychological assessment have lead to new tools and methods that allow for the administration of standardized tests via remote HIPAA compliant applications.
In TeleNeuropsychology, virtual consultations and assessments are conducted in your home via cell phone and computer-based, audio-video platforms. Interviews, testing, and feedback sessions are scheduled on separate days to keep appointments at a reasonable length and appointment times are arranged that are optimal for you. Office forms and questionnaires are provided in easy-to-use digital formats sent to you via confidential email.
TeleNeuropsychology is a convenient, efficient, and cost effective means of providing services to patients from both local and remote locations. Your comprehensive evaluation is conducted by a board certified specialist in neuropsychological diagnosis and individualized treatment recommendations are developed using state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and procedures with established validity and reliability.
TeleNeuropsychology is an approved service delivery format by many national organizations, including the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Inter Organizational Practice Committee (IOPC) of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology.
Services are provided for patients ages 16 through late senior years.
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS and re-evaluations are provided for patients who are experiencing problems with learning, memory, or psychological functioning that impact educational and vocational performance or other important activities of independent daily living.
Common conditions include:
* ADHD and other neurodevelopmental learning disorders
* Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
* Mild Cognitive Impairment
* Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia
* Medical disorders affecting cognition such as epilepsy, stroke, substance use disorder, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease
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