Comprehensive Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment

  • Are you – or is your child or teenager – noticing difficulties with paying attention in classes, following through on assignments, and getting your schoolwork organized?
  • Have you observed a decline in grades, and a general lack of motivation, particularly with regard to school work?
  • Do you spend too long on your reading, only to realize that you have not understood much of what you were reading?
  • Are you wondering if an accommodation of extended time would be appropriate for you when you take the SATs?

Dr. GleasonIf you have answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, then a comprehensive assessment of the concerns can help to identify the problem, and to generate specific recommendations to help you deal with it as effectively and efficiently as possible.

Too often, students are blamed for not getting organized, or for not working up to their potential, when in fact, they are already working as hard as they can…to accommodate for a specific learning difficulty.

All assessments meet current guidelines determined by the Educational Testing Services in Princeton, New Jersey, and are also in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Visit our FAQs page to learn more about the appropriate assessment for you.

Find out what is really going on, and learn how to address it! Call 978-369-5036 or use our contact form for an initial consultation appointment.