Diagnostic Testing for Older Adults

Our licensed neuropsychologists provide neurocognitive assessment for conditions sometimes seen in seniors, including depression, anxiety, dementia (like Alzheimer’s disease, for example), stroke, and traumatic brain injury.

These assessments are useful for identifying cognitive changes in older adults, such as:

  • memory slips
  • word finding problems
  • difficulty making decisions
  • personality and mood changes

Clinicians Providing Diagnostic Assessment to Older Adults

Dr. Eva Muharib

Psychologist & Neuropsychologist (Supervised Practice) (Adults, Seniors)

Primary Areas: Brain injury; Stroke; Dementia/Alzheimer's/Parkinsons; Chronic pain; & Anxiety. Locations: Burlington [...]

Dr. Narmeen Ammari

Clinical Psychologist & Neuropsychologist (Adults, Seniors)

Primary Areas: Brain injury; Stroke; Dementia/Alzheimers; Depression; & Chronic pain. Locations: Burlington (Mondays [...]

Dr. Elmar Gardizi

Clinical Psychologist & Neuropsychologist (Adults & Seniors)

Primary Areas: Schizophrenia & psychosis; Depression; Brain injury; Dementia; & Stroke. Locations: Burlington St. [...]

Dr. Christina Gojmerac

Neuropsychologist (Adults, Seniors)

Primary Areas: Stroke; Memory & aging; Dementia; Brain injury; & Schizophrenia. Locations: Burlington St. Cath [...]

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