Typically, a neuropsychological or psychological evaluation will involve:
- A comprehensive interview with the evaluator to gather information pertaining to the questions at hand
- Review of relevant records (for example medical records or school reports)
- Psychological and/or neuropsychological testing.
After the evaluation, the evaluator writes a report that presents the results of the evaluation, a conceptualization of how the individual is functioning that addresses the referral question, and appropriate recommendations that will lead to the next steps of treatment planning. Feedback and education on the results of the evaluation are provided to patients whenever possible.
More information about evaluations:
Types of Evaluations Offered:
Pre-Surgical Evaluations (pain pump, spinal cord stimulator, bariatric, organ transplant)