Comprehensive Evaluations combine information from the individual and/or family, other service providers, medical records, and even school or work records to determine what assistance if any may be needed. Comprehensive Evaluations may include Psychological and/or Neuropsychological assessments.
Psychological Assessments describe how personality characteristics, expectations, social skills and current stresses may affect school, work, independence at home, independence in the community, or response to rehabilitation services.
Neuropsychological Assessments address how individuals' cognitive abilities may affect these same activities (i.e., school, work, independence at home, or independence in the community).
Health and Behavior Consultation provides information and advice about medical conditions, how they affect one’s life and life satisfaction, as well as making necessary changes in behavior or adapting to treatment demands.
Counseling/Psychotherapy seeks to align attitudes and feelings with the need to change behavior or adapt to demands in one’s life.
Cognitive Remediation helps adapt cognitive abilities with the demands of school, work, independence at home, or independence in the community.
Constraint-induced movement therapy (CI therapy) is an intensive neurorehabilitation intervention to restore the use of ones arms and hands. Our CI therapy team consists of a rehabilitation psychologist and an occupational therapist.