Neuropsychological Testing Services

     Neuropsychological testing is a way of examining brain function and cognitive abilities. Neuropsychological tests are an important part of an overall evaluation because they provide an objective measure of an individual's strengths and weaknesses. Neuropsychological assessment provides a systematic evaluation of cognitive abilities such as intelligence, memory, language, attention, problem-solving ability, visual-motor skills, sensorimotor abilities, personality/emotional functioning, and academic skills.

     A typical evaluation involves administration of neuropsychological and psychological tests, record review, and an interview with the patient, including a parent or other family member when available. Neuropsychological tests usually involve paper-and-pencil or computer based measures. An evaluation takes from as few as one to two hours to as many as eight hours depending on the referral question. Evaluations are flexible and tailored to a specific referral question. The results of the evaluation are often the first step in developing an effective treatment or remedial plan. 

 

     It is best to talk with your case manager and / or social worker, they have resources to assist and will help you identify an approved provider. This list is in no particular order. If you wish to be added to this list, please contact us. ABI Resources neither ensures the integrity and / or dependability of any provider nor recommends any individual listed on this website. This information is for public reference only. It is your responsibility to interview and screen potential providers and make educated decisions. Please keep in mind that there may be many providers that may not be found on this website. Some providers may not be accepting new clients at this time. It is best to talk with your case manager and / or social worker, they have resources to assist and will help you identify an approved provider. 

UCONN HEALTH

Department of Psychiatry

Connecticut Tower, 3rd Floor
(Main Building Entrance)
UConn John Dempsey Hospital
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT

Disclaimer:

ABI Resources neither ensures the integrity and dependability of any provider nor recommends any individual listed on this website. This information is for public reference only. It is your responsibility to interview and screen potential providers and make educated decisions. Please keep in mind that there may be many ABI Waiver Program approved Cognitive Behavioral Providers that may not be found on this website. It is best to talk with your case manager and / or social worker to help identify a provider. 

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