A neuropsychological evaluation is made up of multiple computer or pen and paper tests that help to reveal an individual’s particular strengths and weaknesses.

The types of abilities measured vary, depending on the reason for the evaluation. Your evaluation may include measurement of:

  • Intelligence / Cognitive Skills

  • Academic Achievement

  • Attention / Concentration

  • Learning and Memory

  • Language Skills

  • Perceptual / Spatial Skills

  • Motor Skills

  • Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

  • Planning, Organization, and Judgment

  • Mood and Personality