Types of assessments
Dr Nora Kelner, neuropsychologist
Dr. Kelner has extensive experience working with young and older adults (18 years and older) who experience cognitive and functional complaints. Dr. Kelner has practiced professionally as a neuropsychologist and clinical psychologist for over 27 years.
She completed her Ph. D. studies at McGill University and has worked in Montreal as a neuropsychologist as part of a medical team of specialists offering diagnostic and clinical services, supervising students, and collaborating with ongoing clinical trials for neurodegenerative diseases.
She is a clinical and research consultant for clinical centers designing specific assessment batteries to evaluate a variety of cognitive complaints (ADHD, Dementia, traumatic brain injury). In her private practice, she has worked with physicians and other professionals in the community contributing to improve the understanding of their clients.
Dr. Kelner is a registered psychologist and certified neuropsychologist with l’Ordre des psychologues du Québec (OPQ). Languages. English – French – Spanish
What are the steps involved in a neuropsychological assessment?
It will require two sessions to complete the assessment :
Why have a neuropsychological assessment? It allows us:
The costs of a neuropsychological evaluation can be covered by your insurance, in the same way as psychotherapy. If your insurance provider does not cover the cost of neuropsychological evaluations, the cost of the assessment can be considered as a medical expense, and therefore deductible on your income tax return.
For more information, please contact your insurance provider or an accountant.