Cognitive Abilities 2018-02-16T17:39:48+00:00

Cognitive Abilities

Cognitive Abilities and Addiction Assessments

A Cognitive Abilities Addiction Assessment was designed to provide a solid starting point or “road map” for positive change to neuro-function within the addicted brain. Only by determining where an individual’s natural abilities currently are – and then comparing those abilities with where they should be (based on normative databases) can we address the recovery brain. In other words, is your recovering brain reaching its maximum potential?

These assessments consists of several nationally recognized tests covering multiple skill areas. By combining these comprehensive assessments and screenings, a Report of Findings (ROF) will offer a more detailed picture of each individual’s strengths and weaknesses with regard to how the brain is recovering and functioning.

Neuro-diagnostics coupled with cognitive screening assessments result in a very complete overview of brain processing and function.



Functional qEEG
Brain Map
Sensory Receptive & Expressive Brain Processing Organization
& Cognitive Expression
  • Attention/Executive Functions
  • Tactility Processing
  • Sensory Motor Functions
  • Auditory Processing
  • Visuospatial Processing
  • Memory and Learning
  • Language Mobility Expression
  • Auditory
  • Vision
  • Language
  • Mobility
  • Attention/Executive Function
  • Sensory Motor Functions
  • Memory and Learning
  • Language
  • Mobility Expression
  • Auditory Processing
  • Visual Processing
  • Vestibular Processing
  • Touch Processing
  • Oral Sensory Processing
  • Multisensory Processing
  • Short Term Memory
  • Intermediate/Working Memory
  • Memory Retrieval
  • Delayed Memory
  • Recognition Delayed Memory
Learning Abilities Modulate Processing Emotional Behavior Academic Achievement
  • Retention Learning
  • Retrieval Learning
  • IQ Scores (Abilities)
  • Verbal Performance
  • Verbal Comprehension
  • Working Memory
  • Perceptual Organization
  • Processing Speech
  • Endurance/Tone
  • Body Position Movement
  • Movement Affecting Activity Level
  • Movement Affecting Emotional Responses
  • Auditory Input Affecting Emotional Responses
  • Visual Input Affecting Emotional Responses
  • Visual Input Affecting Activity Levels
  • Behavioral/Emotional Responses
  • Emotional/Social Responses
  • Behavioral Outcomes of Sensory Processing
  • Thresholds for Response
  • Basic Reading
  • Mathematics
  • Reasoning
  • Spelling
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Numerical Operation
  • Listening Comprehension
  • Oral Expression
  • Written Expression