Neuropsychological Testing Services Near Me in Plainfield, IL
Dr. Joshua Shifrin specializes in ADHD testing, learning disability evaluations, Autism and Aspergers. If you are concerned about your child struggling in school or other areas, work with us and we can help you understand what your child is going through. With specialized testing tailored to your child’s needs, Dr. Joshua Shifrin can help get you set up with proven strategies to guide you and your family. Call Dr. Shifrin today at 973-250-8336 to schedule an available appointment for a neuropsychological evaluation. Our services help provide a neuropsychological assessments for Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, or other learning disabilities.
A learning disability may relate to difficulty with one or more areas of learning. If your child faces problems completing tasks that others of their age have already completed, it could be the case that they suffer from some learning disability. Awareness of the child’s assessment is also beneficial when managing behavior at school, as there are numerous helpful interventions education providers can implement once they are aware of a neuropsychological diagnosis. Dr. Shifrin, a pediatric neuropsychologist is qualified to perform autism evaluation, Asperger’s neuropsychological assessment, and a range of other widely recognized testing regimens.
Our services feature comprehensive programs such as Learning Disability testing, nonverbal Learning Disability assessments, Autism & Asperger’s evaluation, and ADD & ADHD testing in Plainfield, IL. Dr. Shifrin is an accredited psychologist in Plainfield, IL. Dr. Joshua Shifrin has the tools and experience to help guide you, and your child, through detailed ADD or ADHD testing.
Call Dr. Shifrin today at 973-250-8336 to schedule an appointment for a neuropsychological evaluation. There are several signs that your child may be on the Autism Spectrum, but only someone like Dr. Shifrin can uncover the exact neuropsychological issues. We know how difficult it is for parents when they are dealing with a child suffering from non – verbal or verbal learning disabilities.