Testing for Success
We use quantified data in core areas of cognition—memory, attention, reasoning, and verbal ability—that are key to our quality of life to help design the best treatment plan and school or work recommendations so that our patients can perform at their best.
We provide a comprehensive written report that provides feedback on strengths, gap areas and tools to improve as well as recommendations for accommodations or modifications for school or work. This avoids long wait times and expenses for a Neuropsychologist appointment and report.
We use Cambridge Brain Sciences because they are a leading provider of cognitive assessment tools, featuring 12 quick, fun and scientifically-validated cognitive tasks that produce objective measures across multiple cognitive domains.
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The Cambridge Brain Sciences tasks have been taken 8+ million times, are based on 25+ years of research and have been used in more than 300+ peer-reviewed academic studies. Learn more about Cambridge Brain Sciences here.
The CBS Health tasks have been validated by decades of scientific research, and are proven to measure the most important aspects of cognition. Performance is directly linked with the areas of your brain that are active when you’re at your sharpest. But more importantly, the tasks are fun, and only take 1.5 - 3 minutes each to complete. Now, not only will you feel better, but you can objectively track how your brain is responding to the strategies we are using to help you gain traction and progress.
We all have a subjective idea of how our brains are doing—some days we feel “off” or have “brain fog,” while other days we feel like we can take on the world. But how much better are we on the good days? Are lifestyle or health changes making a difference? That’s where cognitive assessment comes in. By putting a number to these subjective feelings, we can discover what is causing the good days in order to have more of them. When your brain is performing, every activity in your daily life will be easier.
Having a scientifically validated, objective measure of cognitive function is fundamental to understanding which brain functions and regions may require the most focus. With this information, we then tailor our treatment plans to each individual’s needs—and re-assess along the way to ensure we are seeing improvements in key focus areas—helping produce the best possible patient outcome.