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Neuropsychological Assessment

Psychological disorders and illnesses of the brain produce changes in individuals with regard to their cognitive and behavioural functioning. Assessment focuses on determining and gauging the nature, intensity and degree of the underlying illness,  using cognitive and behavioural measures. Assessment remain the cornerstone of the clinical and neuropsychological services offered by Axxonet. In addition to providing a diagnosis, neuropsychological and clinical assessment enables us at Axxonet to develop suitable treatment plans and congruent intervention programmes, designed specifically for the individual's requirements.

Clinical and neuropsychologists at Axxonet specialize in neuropsychological assessment of persons with

  •     Traumatic or acquired brain injury
  •     Attention-deficit Hyperactive Disorder/ attention deficit disorder (ADHD/ADD)
  •     Learning disabilities
  •     Cognitive impairment or delay
  •     Autism
  •     Epilepsy
  •     Anxiety disorders
  •     Neurological injury and disease

 

Our Neuropsychological assessment is applicable for people across all ages, from children to geriatric clients. in addition, assessment is also conducted for medico-legal consultations and forensic purposes.

Some of the assessments administered include

  • Neuropsychological Assessment
  • Developmental Assessments
  • Intelligence Assessment
  • Academic Skills Assessment
  • Learning Difficulty Assessment
  • Aptitude Tests
  • Cognitive Tests