Financial Policies and Statement

    A developmental neuropsychological evaluation consists of both clinical and educational components. Clinical components include neuropsychological assessment of neurologically-based psychological functions such as memory and language. Educational components include assessment of academic skills using standardized tests, review of educational records, consultation with the teacher and school, and development and discussion of educational recommendations. Health insurers may provide coverage for clinical evaluation, but as a matter of policy do not cover educational services.

    In some cases, health insurers deem part or all of the clinical portion of the evaluation to be not medically necessary.

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    Parent Guide to Assessment

    Your Child’s Assessment and Diagnosis
    A Guide for Parents

    New Patient
    Intake Packet

    Forms  to be filled out in advance
    of your upcoming appointment