Independent Evaluation

An independent evaluation to help with school and/or treatment planning will pinpoint the specific strengths and challenges affecting a student's learning.

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Transition Planning

Many high-achieving students find themselves struggling for the first time in middle or high school, college, medical school, other graduate or professional programs, or even early in their careers.

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Diagnosis Support

It is well-known that children with an autism spectrum disorder often receive several misdiagnoses before being correctly diagnosed. Most neurodevelopmental problems (reading disorders, learning disorders, attention deficit disorder etc.) have symptom overlap.

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At what age should a neuropsychological evaluation be performed?

There are age appropriate tests for children and adolescents of all ages. Therefore, a child of any age may be evaluated. The timing of your child’s evaluation will depend on the issues to be addressed in the assessment. Dr. Bronk will discuss the optimal age of assessment for your child’s specific needs with you.

Does NDH participate in any insurance panels?

All evaluations are fee-for-service. Clients or the child’s caregiver will be provided with all of the necessary information to submit for reimbursement to their insurance company. You are responsible for submitting your own insurance forms. Please contact NDH for further information regarding evaluation fees.

Will my insurance company pay for the evaluation?

Most health insurance companies will not pay for psychological or neuropsychological evaluations that address primarily academic, educational or legal concerns. However, neuropsychological evaluations are often covered when there is a history of a medical or neurological condition (e.g. brain injury, seizure, loss of consciousness). Further, many insurance companies will cover some or all of an

How frequently should a neuropsychological evaluation be performed?

In general, your neuropsychological evaluation results will be helpful for several years. NDH recommend updates approximately every three years (as long as they are needed), although a comprehensive evaluation may not be necessary. Brief evaluations may also be recommended sooner to assess the effects of recommended interventions.