Cognitive Assessment

A cognitive assessment uses a wide range of standardised test to evaluate your thinking skills such as attention, memory, processing speed, problem-solving, and abstract reasoning.

It is comprehensive assessment that provides a profile of your cognitive strengths and difficulties and is useful for the following purposes:

  • Measuring changes in cognitive function after a brain injury 
  • Providing more information to support or rule out a neurological diagnosis such as dementia or stroke
  • Supporting mental capacity decisions 
  • Identifying additional care, treatment or workplace needs resulting from cognitive difficulties

This is not an exhaustive list so please contact us to discuss how a cognitive assessment might assist in your diagnostic or rehabilitation journey.



Neuropsychological Assessment Dr Cherilyn Lewis

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Dr Cherilyn Lewis Neuropsychologist HCPC

Neuropsychologist Dr Cherilyn Lewis

ico Dr Cherilyn Lewis