If you are concerned that your child has difficulty sitting still or concentrating in the classroom, or if you are an adolescent or adult concerned with your ability to focus and to meet the demands of school or work, you might be struggling with ADHD. Getting a Psychoeducational Assessment might be the wise choice.
Psychoeducational assessments are a primary resource offered to determine evidence of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Individuals with ADHD may show persistent symptoms of inattention, impulsivity and overactivity, and struggle to achieve their full potential at school. Individuals suspected of having ADHD often have significant difficulty with organization, planning and following instructions. These individuals require and benefit from proper treatment and management in school, at work and at home. ADHD may be further categorized into three sub-types: hyperactive type, inattentive type and combined type.
At NEAC we strive to provide comprehensive assessments at affordable rates with minimal wait times. Our skilled Psychologists and Psychometrists are able to perform assessments covering a broad set of academic, emotional, and social issues to help you and the ones that you love.