Neuropsychology assessments involve evaluating cognitive abilities such as memory, attention, language skills, and problem-solving. This type of assessment is often recommended for individuals who have experienced neurological injuries or diseases such as stroke or traumatic brain injury.

ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) assessments are specifically designed to evaluate symptoms of hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention. These assessments may involve gathering information from multiple sources, such as parents, teachers, and the individual themselves. The results of an ADHD assessment can help determine if an individual meets the criteria for a diagnosis and what type of treatment may be most beneficial.

ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) assessments are used to evaluate social communication skills, behaviour patterns, and sensory processing abilities. These assessments can be helpful in identifying individuals who may fall on the autism spectrum and provide important information for developing appropriate interventions.

A Disability Support Pension assessment is a process in which an individual’s eligibility for the Disability Support Pension (DSP) is determined. The DSP is a government-funded financial support program designed to assist individuals who have a disability or illness that prevents them from working.