If you are experiencing or have experienced any of the following, you may benefit from a neuropsychological assessment:
It will help you and your doctor gain a better understanding about what is going on with you and why you are experiencing difficulties (determine a diagnosis).
It will help you and your doctor and/or other health care providers plan the best possible treatment and care for you (medication and care plan).
It will help you and your doctor and/or other health care providers determine whether you are improving by comparing your assessment with an established baseline (success).
For more information on specific types of assessment, please refer to the Assessment tab.
Innergy Comprehensive Limited is the private practice of Dr. D'Arcy Helmer & Associates, and is therefore not covered by Medicare.
Fee for service applies, and the client/recipient of services is responsible for payment.
Payment is due according to the following fee schedule (please note that we accept payment by cash, cheque, e-transfer, debit or credit card. For debit and credit card, we charge a processing fee.):Fee Schedule & Cancellation Policy
The range of a typical neuropsychological assessment is 5 to 7 1/2 direct hours for the client, plus indirect time for scoring test results, analysis of the data, review of medical documents, and preparing a written report.
The initial consultation includes a clinical interview and the administration of a QEEG, which typically totals about 2 hours for the client. Indirect time to analyse the QEEG, review documents and history, and determine treatment protocol is typically an additional 2 or more hours.
Neurotherapy sessions are typically 50 minutes each. Frequency and duration are dependent upon the intensity of treatment metrics, which is typically based on the severity of the individual's condition.
Results are typically noted within 8 sessions, at which time the QEEG is repeated in order to determine what transitions or changes have occurred in the brain. Individuals will be asked at each session what changes they have noticed in their function.