Outpatient Pediatric Neuropsychology
The Pediatric Neuropsychology Program at Tampa General Hospital provides neuropsychological evaluations for children from birth to young adulthood. Neuropsychological evaluations are completed when children have cognitive, emotional, behavioral, adjustment or learning problems that are a direct result of a medical, neurological or neurodevelopmental disorder. The program serves children with a diverse range of conditions and provides family-centered care within a confidential environment. Our licensed pediatric neuropsychologists conduct evaluations in collaboration with any and all individuals involved in the child’s care to help support the child’s unique needs.
A pediatric neuropsychologist uses a set of standardized non-invasive tests and observes behavior to determine the child’s individual pattern of strengths and weaknesses. A pediatric neuropsychological evaluation often includes assessment in the following areas:
- Academic skills
- Attention language skills
- Behavioral and emotional adjustment
- Executive functioning
- Intellectual functioning
- Nonverbal and visual spatial skills
- Processing speed
- Sensorimotor functioning
Click here for a Parent’s Guide to Pediatric Neuropsychological Assessment.
Click here for forms to complete and bring to your first appointment.
Additional Evaluation Services
The Outpatient Pediatric Neuropsychology Program also provides intellectual assessment for gifted education and evaluations for specific learning disability and attention deficit disorder. These services are typically not covered by medical insurance and are offered at self-pay rates.
Referral Information Once you have a prescription from your doctor or ARNP, call our office at (813) 844-7719, ext. 1.
Our staff will verify your insurance benefits and schedule the assessment.
Patients are seen at the Tampa General Hospital Rehabilitation Center.
Click here for a referral information sheet for providers.