Our neuropsychologists are fellowship-trained to provide expert treatment that aims to improve or maintain cognitive functioning in patients who are living with a variety of neurological conditions.
Cognitive problems can occur in a number of neurological conditions, including:
Concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Dementia and memory problems
Multiple sclerosis (MS)
Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders
During your evaluation, our team will evaluate a number of cognitive skills — such as attention, executive functioning, memory, language and visuospatial processing — using a variety of standardized written or computerized tests. Information regarding your emotional and behavioral functioning will also be assessed.
Based on your evaluation, your neuropsychologist will recommend treatment to address your individual symptoms. Your treatment may include:
Psychological counseling. Your neuropsychologist may recommend that you visit a counseling psychologist to discuss the emotional and mental health aspects of your neurological condition.
Cognitive remediation. Cognitive remediation will help you learn how to compensate for cognitive problems and improve or maintain memory.
Speech/language therapy. Speech/language therapy will help you learn to manage problems with speech or language related to your neurological condition.
Occupational therapy. Occupational therapy will provide you with personalized strategies to help you perform everyday tasks.