To fully understand the concerns presented, a comprehensive assessment of a person’s strengths and needs is important. A neuropsychological assessment can provide such information. Depending on the needs, a comprehensive assessment can provide an in-depth understanding to help your therapist/clinicians with clarifying diagnosis and prognosis, establishing effective treatment plan and/or providing rehabilitations recommendations.

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Neuropsychological assessment may involve assessment of the following:

Intellectual Functioning/ IQ testing

This assessment is for adults suspected of having possible intellectual impairment. This assessment is also part of an assessment for learning disorders.

Additionally, this assessment also provides an overview of a person’s intellectual functioning – assessing the strengths and vulnerabilities of one’s cognitive abilities.

Academic Abilities

Psychoeducational assessment for adults suspected of having possible Specific Learning Disabilities (such as Dyslexia, Dyscalculia). Assessment may include assessing abilities in areas of reading, writing, spelling, and arithmetic.

This assessment would be useful for young adult starting college or tertiary level education. Such information could assist in understanding academic abilities and struggles and further inform areas of improvement.

Comprehensive Cognitive or Intellectual Assessment

A battery of assessment conducted for adults who may have

Assessments include:

Assessment of Adaptive Functioning

This assessment considers the functioning of an adult across different settings (such as work, home) and looking into domains of communication, social and daily living.


This assessment provides an understanding of an individual’s personality traits. It helps identify possible diagnosis of mental disorders and appropriate treatment. It also provides a better understanding of one’s own self.