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The assessment services offered by Neurocognitive Consultants of Orlando are designed to facilitate understanding of how individuals function and learn by using reliable neuropsychological, educational, and psychodiagnostic tests. An evaluation is most helpful when a cognitive problem, disability, and/or psychological disorder is suspected. Such evaluations may offer diagnostic clarity and related treatment, educational or occupational recommendations.  


More specifically, a comprehensive evaluation is intended to offer increased awareness of why an individual may be struggling to meet environmental demands or developmental milestones. The process often helps to solidify appropriate clinical diagnoses, but more importantly, works to identify which interventional or support services are needed in order for individuals to perform at their best. As such, upon written consent, our team will communicate as needed with physicians, psychiatrists, therapists, school professionals, and other psychologists in order to coordinate management of the individual’s treatment plan, educational programs, and/or other necessary referrals or placements.


Several types of evaluations are offered by Neurocognitive Consultants of Orlando in order to understand an individual’s strengths and weaknesses and make an accurate diagnosis.

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Through our integrated approach, patients and their families will understand all of the pieces of the puzzle.

A systematic review of specific cognitive, social, behavioral, occupational/academic, and emotional data obtained in testing will get you the answers you've been seeking.

A report is also provided to you with a detailed analysis of the test results, personalized intervention strategies, and referrals.

Our team will offer consultation services in order to support families in implementing recommendations. We will work in partnership with other professionals to identify and access appropriate services post-evaluation.

In short, we strive to make the evaluation process as comprehensive and informative as possible for our patients and their families.

What type of assessment do i need?

Developmental Evaluations provide a thorough understanding of a child's early developmental status and milestone acquisition in order to define areas or conditions in need of attention or services.     


Gifted Testing identifies students eligible for gifted and talented programs and provides feedback to guide the educational process.


Psychoeducational Evaluations analyze the mental processes underlying a child's academic performance, such as attentional difficulties or learning disabilities.


Psychodiagnostic Evaluations identify the presence of disorders, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Anxiety Disorder, Depression, Thought Disorder, or Personality Issues.


Disability Evaluations determine the severity of an individual’s impairment(s) and assesses whether their impairment(s) results in marked or severe functional limitations.


Forensic Evaluations evaluate parties in criminal or civil cases regarding mental health issues or cognitive issues related to their case.


Neuropsychological Evaluations investigate an individual’s cognitive, emotional and behavior functioning, specifically as it relates to intellectual abilities, speed of mental processing, attention/concentration, planning and organizational abilities, language processing, learning and memory, sensory/motor functions, and visuospatial processing, as well as psychological factors that play a role in overall health. 

areas of specialization

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  • Brain Injuries, including Sports Concussion Injuries

  • Hydrocephalus

  • Brain Hemorrhage

  • Stroke

  • Brain Tumors

  • Epilepsy

  • Cancer/Leukemia

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Mood Disorders

  • Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Learning Disorders and Dyslexia

  • Forensic Psychological or Neuropsychological Evaluations


  • Learning Disorders and Dyslexia

  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Intellectual Disabilities

  • Intellectual Giftedness

  • Prematurity and Low Birth Weight

  • In Utero Exposure to Substances

  • Congenital Heart Defects

  • Brain Injuries, including Sports Concussion Injuries

  • Brain Hemorrhage/Stroke

  • Brain Tumors

  • Epilepsy

  • Cancer/Leukemia

  • Anxiety/Mood Disorders

  • Parent/Caregiver Education

  • Forensic Psychological or Neuropsychological Evaluations

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