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Neuropsychological Evaluations: What are they and what to look for in an evaluator?
In this webinar, NESCA’s Founder and Director, Pediatric Neuropsychologist Ann Helmus, Ph.D., will explain what a neuropsychological evaluation is, how it can be a vehicle to getting the appropriate supports for a child or adolescent who is struggling academically, psychologically, socially or developmentally. Dr. Helmus will discuss what you should look for in a neuropsychological evaluator and what should be in the resulting report. She will also delve into NESCA’s philosophy that the tests administered in a neuropsychological evaluation are not what diagnoses the person being tested…the people who are evaluating the child or student do.

Apr 28, 2021 10:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Ann Helmus, Ph.D.
Founder and Director of NESCA; Clinical Neuropsychologist @NESCA (Neuropsychology & Education Services for Children & Adolescents)
Ann Helmus, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical neuropsychologist. In 1996, she jointly founded the Children’s Evaluation Center (CEC) in Massachusetts, serving as co-director for almost 10 years. In 2007, Dr. Helmus established NESCA, a group of seasoned neuropsychologists and allied staff. She also conducts international evaluations in 20+ nations, particularly in areas where diagnostic and treatment services would otherwise be unavailable. She earned her undergraduate degree in Neural Science from Brown University and her doctorate at Boston University School of Medicine. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Boston Children’s Hospital, where she was on staff for 7 years. Concurrently, she served as neuropsychologist at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Dr. Helmus evaluates children with learning disabilities, attention/executive function deficits and primary neurological disorders. She also provides consultation/training to public and private schools.