Institute for Clinical Neurosciences Services
The Institute for Clinical Neurosciences, PLLC., provides a variety of neuropsychological assessment and treatment services for children, adolescents, adults and mature adults (geriatrics).
All services can be provided in English or Spanish; as well as other language in collaboration with available Interpreter Services.
Adult Neuropsychological Services
Adult Neuropsychology Services provide assessments and treatment recommendations for the following conditions:
Traumatic Brain Injuries, suspected memory problems; cognitive and emotional effects of various neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s Disease, stroke, epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), brain tumors, and Parkinson’s Disease; effects of brain injury; differential diagnosis of suspected dementia in elderly patients; alterations in mental status associated with various medical conditions; attention-deficit disorders; learning and developmental disorders; and various psychiatric conditions.
Pediatric & Adolescent Neuropsychological Services
Pediatric and Adolescent Neuropsychology Services provide consultation and comprehensive evaluations for children between the ages of three and 17 for concerns regarding cognitive, academic, behavioral, social-emotional, and psychological functioning. Specific concerns might involve a traumatic event, a traumatic brain injury, developmental delay, attention-deficit, autism, asperger’s, hyperactivity, or symptoms of complex neurodevelopmental syndromes.
Rehabilitation/Health Psychology Services
Rehabilitation and Health Psychology Services are available to serve persons with neurologic (including spinal cord injury, stroke, neuromuscular disease, and brain injury), pulmonary, orthopedic, chronic illness, chronic pain conditions, as well as insomnia. Behavioral and psychological interventions are provided to aid the patients and their families in coping with acute medical conditions, chronic illness, and disability.
Rehabilitation/Health Psychology Addresses Issues Related to:
- Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS)
- Psychological functioning
- Cognitive functioning
- Adjustment to traumatic injury or impairment
- Development of coping skills
- Family adjustment and coping
- Community reintegration following impairment