Individuals that experience a brain injury, struggle with memory and attention, or present with difficulties with academic or problem-solving skills are some examples of individuals that may undergo a neuropsychological evaluation. An evaluation helps assess the structural and functional integrity of the brain. An evaluation provided by a neuropsychologist takes about 5 hours to complete (sometimes more) evaluates intelligence, executive functions, attention, memory, language, perception, sensorimotor functions, motivation, and emotional functioning. Once testing is completed and all tests are scored, a neuropsychological report is provided to the client and includes all test scores with interpretations.
A primary component of the report is the recommendations sections which will assist the patient and attending medical physician (neurologist, psychiatrist, PCP, etc..) in treatment planning.
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