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Neuropsychological evaluation take approximately 6 to 8 hours and are typically scheduled over 1 to 3 sessions. However, there is some variability in this scheduling depending on your needs. Dr. Bronk typically meets with parents during the first assessment session. A developmental or psychological evaluation takes place typically in one session. Sometimes more, shorter sessions
Most often, your child will be instructed to take prescribed medications, but occasionally this may not be optimal. Since some medications affect a child’s cognitive functioning, it is important that Dr. Bronk is aware of the medications your child has taken and know of any changes in your child’s medication from session to session.
Please bring all of the completed forms that have been mailed home to you with your confirmation letter packet. Also bring with you any relevant records that may be helpful in our evaluation of your child. These may include previous testing reports, educational records (including Individualized Education Program, progress reports and report cards), and any
What should I tell my child about the evaluation and what should he or she expect on the day of testing?
In general, you should provide a brief and age appropriate reason for the assessment. Dr. Bronk often explains to children that she want to see how they learn so she can make school easier for them or to have them struggle less with homework, for example. It is important to remind them that they are