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Our Process

Once issues such as insurance and needed referrals have been determined, if you would like to proceed with an evaluation, the first appointment will be with Dr. Jones for approximately one hour.  During this time, she will gather information such as the course and symptoms of the presenting problem, the patient’s and their family’s medical histories, and medications.  Dr. Jones is usually able to get information from the referring healthcare provider; however, if you have access to any prior psychological or neuropsychological evaluations, please bring them.  If the person who is being evaluated is a student, Dr. Jones requests that you ask the school for all of the student’s records, including grades, IEP’s, 504 plans and any standardized testing done though the school (such as EOG’s, intelligence testing, and tests of achievement). 

After your initial one hour appointment with Dr. Jones, testing appointments will be scheduled.  In most cases, your testing will be scheduled on two different days.  If you are an adult, the two appointments will be scheduled from 9:00-12:00 or from 1:00-4:00 and within two weeks of each other.  Children are only tested from 8:00-12:00 on two different days.   Forensic neuropsychological evaluations and depositions are generally performed on Fridays.  Some psychological evaluations can be done in one to two hours.  The testing process will be discussed with Dr. Jones at the time of the initial appointment.  After your testing is completed, a one hour appointment will be scheduled with Dr. Jones to go over your test results.  Before that appointment, all of the tests are scored and a preliminary report is written.  The report will generally be finalized at the time of the final visit and sent to the referring healthcare provider on that day of or shortly after the final appointment.

Ages of patients:  Dr. Jones is board certified in both pediatric and geriatric neuropsychology.  Although she will evaluate children before the age of 6-years-old (such as evaluations for early admission), she prefers to wait until the child is 6 years old.  At this age, much more information can be obtained about someone’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses.  There is not a maximum age for performing a neuropsychological evaluation.