• Speech and Language Disorders may be present if your child has difficulty understanding speech (receptive speech problem) or accurately communicating with spoken language (expressive speech problem).
  • As part of a neuropsychological evaluation, tests specific to speech and language are administered to determine the nature and severity of your child’s language difficulty. Additionally, other contributions to your child’s speech difficulty are explored, such as shyness, anxiety, or other emotional/behavioral concern.
  • A PsychBreak neuropsychological evaluation provides specific recommendations for treatment, such as a referral to a speech and language pathologist or to a talk or play therapist, and accommodations and interventions can also be designed for the school setting.