Evaluations and Assessments

Concussions in Sports Statistics

Concussions are being diagnosed more frequently than ever before. According to the Center for Disease Control, the number of reported concussions has doubled in the last 10 years. Emergency room visits for concussions in ages 8 to 13 has doubled. Concussions rose 200 percent among

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Sport

What is a Concussion?

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury. A concussion is caused by a bump or blows to the head. Even what may seem like a typical knock or ding to the head can be a serious concussion. Your brain is made of soft tissue

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Diagnosis

Signs of Autism

What is Autism?   Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that can range in a spectrum. Autism can be very mild to very severe, and the timing and severity of first symptoms can vary widely. Autism is characterized by:   cognitive impairments difficulty in

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Psych 360 - Extended Time on the Law School Admission Test LSAT
Evaluations and Assessments

Extended Time on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

Nearly all American Bar Association (ABA) approved law schools require the LSAT as part of the admission process. One of the most challenging aspects of the LSAT are the time limits of 35 minutes on each of the five sections, which include Reading Comprehension, Analytical

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ADHD Diagnosis 3 things you need to know
Evaluations and Assessments

ADHD Diagnosis: 3 Things You Need to Know

How does ADHD Diagnosis help my child? It seems everyone is talking about ADHD and ADHD Diagnosis these days. With such increase in awareness, many parents start to wonder whether their own child may have a touch of ADHD. If your child seems unable to
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Children who continue to struggle in school are vulnerable to experiencing feelings of low self-esteem and developing low expectations for themselves. A psychoeducational evaluation can often provide greater understanding of the child and help identify solutions
Evaluations and Assessments

Can a Psychoeducational Evaluation help your child?

My child is really struggling at school – should we consider a Psychoeducational Evaluation? Struggles at school can occur quite early in some children, even before any type of academic work has begun. These children may have difficulty understanding directions, learning to read, or developing

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