Adult and Geriatric Neuropsychology

Our comprehensive evaluation process includes assessment of brain functioning, to provide information regarding a client’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses; to clarify potential diagnosis; and to offer appropriate recommendations for treatment. 

We specialize in neuropsychological evaluations for the emergence of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), Alzheimer’s dementia, or other dementing conditions (e.g., frontotemporal, Primary Progressive Aphasia, Parkinson’s and Parkinson’s plus, Huntington’s disease, Vascular, alcohol-induced). We also evaluate adult ADHD, verbal or nonverbal learning disability, Autism spectrum disorders, emotional or psychiatric concerns (such as anxiety, depression, major mood or psychotic disorders), TBI/mTBI (concussion and post-concussion syndrome), stroke. and other medical conditions impacting cognition (Multiple sclerosis, HIV, hepatitis C, etc.).

We conduct full independent medical evaluations (IMEs, with neuropsychological focus), and consult in certain forensic contexts (e.g., capacity to make decisions).

For Adult and Geriatric Neuropsychology services, we accept various health insurances, and private pay.