Cognitive Assessment is used to determine an individual's general thinking and reasoning abilities. These include: memory, concentration, processing speed, language, and reasoning capabilities also known as intellectual functioning or IQ.
Who's it for?
We accept instructions from Solicitors for Cognitive Assessment with a view to assess mental capacity and learning disability if/ when relevant to legal cases. Occupational health physicians can also refer to address questions with regards to cognitive functioning and implication in the work context.
- Obtain an accurate profile of an individual’s overall intellectual functioning or IQ level.
- Identify an individual’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses
- Assist in exploring an individual’s learning difficulties.
- Assist in developing strategies to support with challenges in everyday life as well as recommendations or considerations in the work environment.
- Advise on the need and benefit of a comprehensive neuropsychological assessment.
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We offer Cognitive Assessments for adults which can be helpful to identify cognitive impairment. Cognitive impairment is when a person has trouble remembering, learning new things, concentrating, or making decisions that affect their everyday life. Cognitive impairment ranges from mild to severe. There are many causes of cognitive impairment. They include side effects of medicines, blood vessel disorders, depression, and dementia.Our Cognitive Assessment involves the following stages:
- Gathering background information through a clinical interview.
- The administration of standardised tests by our trained psychologists.
- A report to explain findings and provide recommendations.
- A feedback session to discuss the outcome of the assessment in more detail, clarifying information and answer any questions.