Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities Evaluations Georgetown, Washington, D. C.
If your child requires a neuropsychological testing for Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, or other learning disabilities. Dr. Joshua Shifrin is a licensed neuropsychologist located in Georgetown, Washington, D. C. With the rise of Autism and Aspergers, it has become more important to test your child early if you feel they may be on the Autism spectrum. Call Dr. Shifrin today at 973-250-8336 to schedule an available appointment for a neuropsychological evaluation.
A learning disability assessment can differentiate between various conditions, enabling targeted assistance to be sought that offers the best chance of success. A learning disability need not be a reflection of intelligence (many children with a diagnosed learning disability are of average or even high intelligence). Instead, it may relate to difficulty with one or more areas of learning. If your child faces problems completing tasks that others of their age mastered years ago, it could be the case that they are suffering from some form of learning disability. Call our office today, and see how Dr. Shifrin can help you and your child through proven strategies and empirical programs.
Dr. Shifrin is a licensed psychologist in New Jersey and New York. Dr. Joshua Shifrin has the tools and experience to help guide you, and your child, through exhaustive ADD or ADHD testing. Our services feature comprehensive programs such as Learning Disability testing, nonverbal Learning Disability assessments, Autism & Asperger’s evaluation, and ADD & ADHD testing in Georgetown, Washington, D. C.
If you require neuropsychological assessments in Georgetown, Washington, D. C., Call today at 973-250-8336 to schedule an appointment for a neuropsychological evaluation. Dr. Shifrin is licensed and has been a neuropsychological expert in the field for over 20 years. 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.