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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Will my health insurance cover the cost of the evaluation?

NDH does not have a billing department. Therefore, NDH does not bill your insurance directly. At your request, NDH will provide you with a superbill that contains all of the information necessary (including diagnosis, dates of service and type of service rendered) for you to submit to your health insurance provider to seek reimbursement for

What will be done to protect my privacy?

NDH is dedicated to protecting your privacy and take great care in protecting sensitive information. NDH will release reports to other parties (such as your school/employer or other clinician) only after obtaining your permission. Please note an exception to our privacy efforts in the rare cases where Dr. Bronk feels that you or someone else

What happens after the evaluation is completed?

A feedback session is scheduled following the completion of the evaluation to go over all of your testing results with you. Following this feedback session, you will receive a written report that summarizes all of the test results, our interpretation, and recommendations.

How many sessions will be necessary?

A psychological evaluation takes place typically in one session. A neuropsychological evaluation may include 2 or 3 sessions. Sometimes more, shorter sessions are required, depending on the individual’s ability to tolerate long testing sessions, and the nature of the referral questions.