A comprehensive ADHD assessment results in a thorough conceptualization of your symptoms, your patterns of functioning, and how this relates to your life. It identifies your strengths and weaknesses in areas such as verbal comprehension, executive functioning, memory, and processing speed. I will integrate this information so that you learn specific ways to thrive in work or school settings. Whether or not you meet a diagnosis, you will receive specific recommendations for treatment and support on pursuing these suggestions.
WHAT DOES AN EVALUATION OR ASSESSMENT INVOLVE?
Neuropsychological or psychological evaluations typically include several components:
1. an interview with you/your child and, often, others who know your or your child well
2. administration of standardized tests that measure various skills such as memory, attention, learning, etc.
3. review of records such as educational records, previous evaluations, medical records, etc.