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Functional Neuro Assessment and  Program

qEEG Brain Map Testing

A qEEG test is a very precise way to analyze how the brain is functioning.  Through our 3D qEEG we are able to measure various aspects of brain function to determine potential ways in which the brain could be functioning better. We are able to see 760 points of information about brain function.

Cognitive Performance Testing

We offer Cognitive Performance Tests for the purpose of evaluating how effectively a person is engaging in life, relationships, academics, and/or vocation. This also helps in establishing baselines so that we are able to objectively track progress as the brain begins to function better.

Primitive Reflexes and Balance Assessment

Testing primitive reflexes helps to determine if developmental milestones were appropriately met throughout childhood. We often find room for improved neurological function by recapturing any major developmental neurological phases that may not have been fully established throughout infancy and childhood.

Brain Timing

When symptoms arise it can be a simple a a slight timing delay in the brain. this simple delay can create profound dysregulation due to how the brain communicates in precise sequential order. When this order is delayed for even milliseconds the result could be the basis of behavioral, cognitive, academic or relationship struggles. 

Functional Neuro Assessment is an integrative process that takes a traditional in-depth neuropsychological evaluation and combines it with Neuroimaging.  By combining developmental, balance, brain timing, and cognitive performance information with neuroimaging, we can effectively evaluate what areas of the brain are contributing to certain cognitions, behaviors, and emotional experiences.  This allows us to help streamline the treatment process and make more targeted recommendations for therapeutic interventions and academic accommodations.


Drawing from a multidisciplinary perspective, we are able to ensure accurate diagnoses and provide a holistic and integrated conceptualization of each person. While a comprehensive history and diagnostic evaluation are important, our ability to give comprehensive, objective and evidence-based recommendations increases access to effective services in both clinical and academic settings.


The Neurofunctional Assessment objectively evaluates areas of the brain that are driving an individual’s emotional, thinking, and behavioral experience.


Families and caregivers choose to engage in the Neurofunctional Assessment for a few reasons:

 It helps students understand their behaviors in a more concrete and objective way that can reduce shame and guilt.

 Students experience increased motivation when they can see what drives them and can monitor their own progress. 

 It helps parents and caregivers understand what their students’ brain is asking for through their behaviors.

 It helps clinicians provide more targeted services through accurate diagnoses and comprehensive case conceptualization.

 It is a helpful tool for a continuum of care by identifying precise therapeutic environments and individualized interventions to address brain dysregulation quickly and effectively.


Types of recommendations given based on our assessment:


Brain-based interventions:



 Virtual Reality Therapy

 Vagus Nerve Stimulation

 CES (Cranial Electrical Stimulation)

 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation


 Occupational Therapy/Sensory Integration

 Physical Therapy

 Diet / Environmental Sensitivity Testing

 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Academic Accommodations

Parenting Strategies

Therapeutic Environments and Intervention Recommendations

Peer Interventions and Social Skills Training

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