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Neuropsychological Assessment


Do you experience cognitive, emotional, and/or behavioral difficulties?

Do you have problems with memory, attention, or concentration?

Through Neuropsychological Assessment, it is possible to identify not only compromised cognitive functions but also preserved cognitive functions (such as attention, memory, language, executive functions, and reasoning), and consequently, the degree of impairment in these functions.

What is the purpose of Neuropsychological Assessment?

1. To identify in a detailed and thorough manner the compromised abilities of an individual in terms of cognitive, emotional, and/or behavioral changes in cases of:              

​              - Non-degenerative pathologies (such as Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury);

           - Degenerative pathologies (such as Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease);

           - Neurodevelopmental disorders (such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), among others;

2. Differential diagnosis (for example, categorizing subtypes of dementia or differentiating neurological symptoms from psychiatric symptoms);

3. Monitoring pharmacological and/or neuropsychological rehabilitation treatments;

4. Development of neuropsychological rehabilitation programs, identifying limitations and individual resources, and outlining intervention strategies.

Indications for integration into the neuropsychology consultation (Assessment and Rehabilitation):

Clinical conditions such as:

  • Neurodevelopmental disorders (such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder);

  • Degenerative diseases (such as Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, and other dementia-related conditions);

  • Non-degenerative diseases (such as Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Brain Tumors, Epilepsy);

  • Non-dementia clinical conditions (depression);

  • Among others.

Symptoms and signs such as:

  • Difficulty in performing daily tasks (such as remembering messages, managing medications, shopping, and payments);

  • Attention and concentration problems;

  • Memory problems;

  • Language impairments.

Schedule your consultation and discover how Neuropsychological Assessment can help you!

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