A neuropsychological assessment is a detailed and comprehensive process that will provide you with a profile of your child’s strengths and weaknesses. It will also identify underlying contributing factors to your child’s presenting concerns (i.e., why you are seeking assessment), and a diagnostic answer (where appropriate). Typically, you will attend two or three assessment sessions (of 1-2 hours each) that will comprise a parent interview and an assessment of your child. Parents will then attend a feedback session with the neuropsychologist to discuss the results of the assessment (older children may attend this appointment as well). A detailed neuropsychological report is then compiled by the clinician for parents and the referrer. More information about our assessment process can be found here.