Neuropsychological Evaluations are available via Telehealth for the following types of assessments:

  • ADHD (child or adult)
  • Learning Disorders
  • Intellectual / Developmental Disorders
  • Autism Spectrum
  • Emotional / Psychiatric Conditions
  • Dementia / Memory Loss
  • Traumatic Brain Injury

Reasons for Neuropsychological Evaluations via Telehealth include:

  • Academic Accommodations
  • Occupational Accommodations
  • Social Security Disability Evaluation
  • Other Disability Evaluation
  • Psychiatric Diagnosis
  • Treatment Planning
  • Acute Care Planning
  • Giftedness Testing

Neuropsychological Evaluations via Telehealth are adapted to utilize tests that can be conducted via proprietary online platforms or through Video Chat.

Research studies have consistently found that Telehealth is as reliable as in-person administration for the tests that we use.

Please Note:

Use of a smart phone, tablet, or computer may be required. Adults with intellectual or memory difficulties may be permitted the assistance of a helping person such as a family member. Children may also be permitted to have an adult to assist them with the use of Telehealth technology.

Insurance Coverage

During the COVID-19 health crisis, many insurance companies are waiving patients’ copays, coinsurance, or deductibles for telehealth services. Contact us today and we will work together to determine your insurance coverage.

Meet Our Staff

Mary Ross-Newman, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Neuropsychologist
Dr. Ross-Newman specializes in comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological assessments with individuals across the lifespan.

Elaine Schultz
Psychodiagnostic Technician
Elaine has advanced experience in the administration and interpretation of both psychological and neuropsychological assessments used to assess academic performance and potential interference.

Contact Us

It may be determined in some cases that a portion (or in rare cases) none of the testing will be able to be completed virtually. Contact us to find out more information and get answers to common questions.