Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I choose Center For Advanced Neuropsychology?
Dr. Kowalski and her staff doctors dedicate themselves to providing the most comprehensive, up-to-date, and quality neuropsychological evaluations. Our neuropsychologists have earned doctorate degrees in the field of Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology. The academics and post-graduate training differ, as neuropsychologists are required to take additional courses to further their understanding of the relationship between the brain and behavior. This includes learning which brain structures/regions are responsible for specific cognitive functioning skills as well as for certain behaviors and emotions, and how damage to a specific brain region explains changes and/or decline. Therefore, our 100% focus is providing our patients with thorough evaluations, resulting in a diagnosis and corresponding recommendations which will provide clarity for more accurate treatment planning to other treating physicians, such as neurologists, psychiatrists, and PCPs.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, the Center for Advanced Neuropsychology accepts many insurance plans including all PPO plans as an Out-of-Network Provider (BCBS, UHC, and, Aetna). Please refer to our Insurances & Fees page for more information or if you have any other questions about whether your health insurance will cover our services, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Will I get the answers I am looking for?
During the clinical intake, you will have ample time to share all your concerns with the doctor. This interview process will aid the neuropsychologist in selecting the appropriate testing measures to address your concerns. Consequently, our evaluation process is designed specifically to make sure all your questions are answered.
Office & Fax Number
Office (954) 586-0624
Fax (954) 580-0430
For all inquiries:
6816 Griffin Road
Davie, Florida 33314
Davie, Florida 33314
What To Expect On Testing Day?
The initial intake consists of meeting with the Neuropsychologist in order to gather an accurate developmental, medical, and psychological history the patient. The intake takes approximately 45 minutes. During this time, the patient, or child and his/her parent(s), will be asked to share their concerns.
+ Test Administration
Testing is conducted face to face. The testing session can take between 3 to 4 hours and can be divided into two sessions, preferably on consecutive days. Testing measures are a combination of paper/pencil, computer, and self-report administrations.
+ Feedback Session
The Feedback session is done within three to four weeks following the testing administration portion. During that time, the Neuropsychologist will review the results of the evaluation, diagnosis, and recommendations. The patient will receive a copy of the written report.