• Comprehensive Neuropsychological Evaluations

    • This is at least a three-step process, including:
      • 1) an intake meeting to obtain information about the patient’s history, development and areas of difficulty
      • 2) the comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation
      • 3) a feedback meeting to review the findings from the evaluation and to review Dr. McDonald’s recommendations
    • When indicated, Dr. McDonald conducts school observations and personally meets with teachers and / or administrators
    • Dr. McDonald can also be available to participate in school meetings to review results and participate in educational planning (e.g., IEP meetings).
  • Clinical and Family Consultation
    • Case consultation, including review of previous testing reports and education plans is available at an hourly rate
    • Dr. McDonald provides clinical consultation to treatment providers when questions about an individual’s cognitive, learning, attention or psychiatric functioning arise
  • Presentations
    • Dr. McDonald is available to present to school, community and parent groups about a range of neuropsychological and educational issues