DIAGNOSTIC-ASSESSMENT services include use of norm-referenced psychological
testing to determine if an individual has been coping with a set of problems (e.g. ADHD,
a learning disability, or psychiatric disorders) that have compromised the person's per-
formance in school or the workplace.
Another service offered is medication effectiveness testing for persons with ADHD.
Continuous performance tests (e.g. TOVA, the IVA, the Conners, or the Gordon
Diagnostic System) are used to determine if prescribed medication is "normalizing" the
individual's attention-concentration and response-inhibition skills. Systematic observation in
vivo, also done by Dr. Quesenbery, involves classroom or workplace observation of the
person's behavior and analyzing the obtained measures to see if the medication is effecting
improvements in classroom or workplace performance.
TREATMENT and DIRECT SUPPORT services include...
or disabilities. For more information on this technique, reported at the CHADD
2006 conference and in the Journal of the Academy of Child and Adolescent
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impulse control, and regulation of activity levels. For more information, click
here to review the information brochure on this website.
CONSULTATIVE services include meetings with officials in school and/or workplace
officials to plan and review accommodations and interventions.