Neuropsychological and psychological tests provide objective, empirical information regarding an individual’s cognitive and psychological functioning. In combination with an individual’s history, available records, and clinical observation, neuropsychological testing provides valid, objective information regarding areas of difficulty that can otherwise only be inferred from other diagnostic techniques.
One of the unique strengths of neuropsychological and psychological testing is the ability to objectively measure an individual’s ability to use their cognitive skills. When used by qualified clinicians, the information gathered can provide empirical support for the potential need for accommodations.
The neuropsychologists, psychologists, and therapists at LINS offer a number of interventions to address cognitive and emotional difficulties that may arise in the context of neuropsychological and psychological injuries and neurobehavioral disorders.