Integrating neuropsychological measures into your practice
We're all familiar with the use of measures of cognitive ability (e.g. WISCⓇ-V) and academic achievement (e.g. WIAT-III and KTEA-3) when evaluating children and adolescents for learning disabilities and/or ADHD. However, we can learn so much more about our clients’ strengths and weaknesses - information that leads directly to effective recommendations for intervention - by adding measures of cognitive processes such as attention, memory, executive functions, and language to our psychoeducational evaluations.
This webinar will introduce you to several neuropsychological measures that are easy to learn and administer, and will help make your evaluations more useful to clients, families, and educators.
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webinar takes places in Eastern Time