Neuropsychology Services (Pediatric)

The Pediatric Behavioral Health neuropsychology testing service conducts a comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological test series with children ages 6-18. These evaluations are designed to answer questions about the following: 
  • Learning disabilities
  • Attention issues
  • Visual-motor skills
  • Processing deficits
  • Behavior disorders
  • Emotional problems
  • Medication side effects
  • Cognitive changes associated with disease or injury


The specific neuropsychological test battery used with each child will depend on the questions and problems being addressed. The test series may include many of these measures

  • Intelligence
  • Executive functioning
  • Problem solving
  • Critical thinking
  • Concept formation
  • Self-regulation
  • Academic skills
  • Sequencing
  • Spatial processing
  • Impulsivity
  • Attention
  • Memory
  • Language skills
  • Social reasoning
  • Bilateral motor skills



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Reasons to Choose National Jewish Health

  • The leading respiratory hospital in the nation and the only one devoted fully to the treatment of respiratory and related illnesses

  • Ranked #1 or #2 in Pulmonology by U.S. News & World Report for 26 consecutive years

  • Ranked in the top 5% of hospitals in the nation by HCAHPS

  • Physicians consistently recognized among the best in the nation by multiple services, including Best Doctors in America and Castle Connolly

  • Among the top 6% of organizations funded for research by the NIH, providing patients access to hundreds of active clinical trials

  • 124-year history of focus on care, research and education serving patients from around the world with lung, heart, immune and related disorders

Morgridge Academy Has Been a Life-Changer for Denver-Area Family

Natalie Sublet suffered smoke inhalation that injured her lungs during a house fire in 2016. The specialized care available at National Jewish Health for chronically ill children allows the first-grader to attend school with peers, rather than being taught at home by a tutor. Her mother, Angie, is grateful to the school for providing Natalie a quality education and a sense of normalcy. 

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