It is important to understand that the neuropsychological evaluation is really the start of the process.
The focus of the evaluation is to provide information and diagnostic clarification about what is going on with a child’s behavior or learning. Once the evaluation is completed, the entire process of help and change begins.
The neuropsychological evaluation should help serve as a blue print to plan interventions and accommodations that might prove beneficial for a child within the home or school environments.
They should help lead the family to interventions that would provide support and accommodations.
Throughout this process, the neuropsychologist should stay in the picture of the child’s development.
Parents should expect the following after their child has participated in a comprehensive evaluation:
For more information on neuropsychological testing, visit our Neuropsychology Diagnostic and Testing Center.
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