Psychological Assessment for Older Adults
As we age, our cognitive function often declines in areas of memory, judgment, and behavior. While this can be a normal part of the aging process, it can also be the result of a vascular event such as a stroke, blood clot, or aneurysm, or can be the result of the onset of Alzheimer’s or other forms of progressive dementia. Those who care for older adults need a proper diagnosis in order to get their loved ones the best treatment and care possible.
Neurocognitive testing, in conjunction with assessment by a medical professional, can assess cognitive functioning in order to clarify diagnosis and determine the most appropriate treatment going forward. The following are some questions that might be addressed by Neuropsychological testing for older adults:
See our list of assessment providers and call us at 503-740-1971 to schedule an appointment or discuss your situation with our clinicians.