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A comprehensive neuropsychological assessment looks at many aspects of a young person's cognitive profile  including overall IQ, verbal and visual spatial skills, processing speed, memory, academic ability, attention and executive functioning. The assessment will outline a child's learning strengths and areas of difficulty, and identify general and/or specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia. Following assessment a report is written, with specific recommendations and strategies for school's to implement. A feedback session is arranged to discuss the findings of the report.

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