What methods of payment are accepted?

For your convenience, The Center for Cognitive Assessment offers a variety of ways to pay for services.

We will accept check, cash and Discover, MasterCard, VISA and American Express credit cards. We will also accept debit cards bearing the VISA or MasterCard logo.

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Do you accept insurance?

Many of the services offered by The Center for Cognitive Assessment may be covered by your insurance policy’s “out of network” benefits.

The team at The Center for Cognitive Assessment will work with you and your insurance company to determine what your benefits are.

Some of the insurance companies we work with include:

United Healthcare
Aetna
Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPO (New York only)
Federal Blue Cross
The Empire Plan
No Fault
UMR
CoreSource
Oxford Freedom Plan
Value Options/Beacon Health
Anthem
United Student Resources

This is not an exhaustive list. Please contact us if you have out-of-network benefits with your insurance plan but do not see your provider on this list.

What is Clinical Neuropsychology?

Clinical neuropsychology is a specialty profession that focuses on brain functioning. A clinical neuropsychologist is a licensed psychologist with expertise in how behavior and skills are related to brain structures and systems. In clinical neuropsychology, brain function is evaluated by objectively testing memory and thinking skills.

A very detailed assessment of abilities is done, and the pattern of strengths and weaknesses is used in important health care areas, such as diagnosis and treatment planning.

I’m a new patient, what can I expect on my first visit?

You will meet with us and we will review all the procedures for the day of your evaluation. You will discuss the reason for your referral, your history, and current symptoms. Then, you will be administered a variety of face to face as well as paper and pencil tests, such as tests of memory, thinking and language.

You will take as many breaks as you need to minimize fatigue as well as a break for lunch. The testing will be private, in a quiet testing room. You, as the patient, are always in control and if you’d like to take a break or ask questions, that’s fine.

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What is assessed in a Neuropsychological Evaluation?

Although some abilities may be measured in more detail because of your specific needs, a typical evaluation assesses:

  • General intellect
  • Higher level executive skills (e.g., sequencing, reasoning, problem solving)
  • Attention and concentration
  • Learning and memory
  • Language
  • Visual–spatial skills (e.g., perception)
  • Motor and sensory skills
  • Mood and personality

What will my Neuropsychological Assessment tell me?

Your test scores will be compared to scores from people who are like you in important ways. By using database scores from large groups of healthy people for comparison, we can judge whether or not your scores are normal for your age and educational background. If problems are identified, we will make recommendations for treatment plans based on your unique needs.

Where is the Center located?

Manhattan
200 W 57th Street
Suite 603
New York, NY 10019
212-784-6105
Directions to our New York Office

Effective May 15, 2017 our New York office will relocate to:
240 Central Park South
Suite 2D
New York, NY 10019
212-784-6105
Directions to our New York Office

Chicago
333 N. Michigan Avenue
Suite 1801
Chicago, IL 60601
312.620.0814
Directions to our Chicago Office