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Welcome to Horizon Neuropsychological Services

Horizon Neuropsychological Services, LLC conducts neuropsychological evaluations for children, teens, adults, and geriatrics. Results provide diagnostic clarification and inform treatment planning.

More specifically, our doctors evaluate those with: Neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., Autism, ADHD, tic disorders, and learning disabilities), neurocognitive disorders (e.g., traumatic brain injury, cognitive decline secondary to a medical condition), psychiatric conditions (e.g., anxiety, depression, OCD, psychosis, behavioral difficulties, trauma, and maladaptive family dynamics), and any challenges involving cultural, religious, gender, or sexual identity (e.g., gender dysphoria, difficulty with peer/family integration and acceptance, etc.). Within the context of testing data and diagnosis, our doctors then show how patient’s can build upon their strengths and work around their weaknesses to be the best version of themselves in life. From a doctor’s perspective, our comprehensive reports help inform decisions regarding medication intervention and multidisciplinary treatment planning. Unlimited consultation is available after.

Regardless of what brought you to our practice, take comfort in knowing that you have come to the right place and our staff will work tirelessly to help you reach your goals. Horizon Neuropsychological Services, LLC offers in-person testing for those in the Denver metro area at our Littleton, Colorado office; and those in the Boulder metro area at our Boulder, Colorado office. Importantly, in-home testing is offered for those in need across the entire state of Colorado and our staff is willing to travel! Also, Horizon Neuropsychological Services, LLC offers FAA evaluations for pilots.

Welcome to Horizon Neuropsychological Services

Horizon Neuropsychological Services, LLC conducts neuropsychological evaluations for children, teens, adults, and geriatrics. Results provide diagnostic clarification and inform treatment planning.

More specifically, our doctors evaluate those with: Neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., Autism, ADHD, tic disorders, and learning disabilities), neurocognitive disorders (e.g., traumatic brain injury, cognitive decline secondary to a medical condition), psychiatric conditions (e.g., anxiety, depression, OCD, psychosis, behavioral difficulties, trauma, and maladaptive family dynamics), and any challenges involving cultural, religious, gender, or sexual identity (e.g., gender dysphoria, difficulty with peer/family integration and acceptance, etc.). Within the context of testing data and diagnosis, our doctors then show how patient’s can build upon their strengths and work around their weaknesses to be the best version of themselves in life. From a doctor’s perspective, our comprehensive reports help inform decisions regarding medication intervention and multidisciplinary treatment planning. Unlimited consultation is available after.

Regardless of what brought you to our practice, take comfort in knowing that you have come to the right place and our staff will work tirelessly to help you reach your goals. Horizon Neuropsychological Services, LLC offers in-person testing for those in the Denver metro area at our Littleton, Colorado office; and those in the Boulder metro area at our Boulder, Colorado office. Importantly, in-home testing is offered for those in need across the entire state of Colorado and our staff is willing to travel! Also, Horizon Neuropsychological Services, LLC offers FAA evaluations for pilots.

Horizon Neuropsychological Services, LLC conducts evaluations for individuals across the lifespan. A neuropsychological evaluation can:

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Assess one’s ability to return to work following a medical or psychological incident.

Returning to
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Evaluate one’s capacity to function independently, as well as provide residential, educational,
and vocational options.

Educational
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Assist pilots in meeting the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements to obtain or renew their medical certification.

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Inform treatment planning or therapeutic interventions most appropriate for an individual.

Medication Therapy
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Help parents know more about themselves so they can better understand how to help their children, particularly when there is a shared diagnosis.

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Assist individuals in determining their strengths and weaknesses in order to reach their optimal potential.

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Track neuropsychological progress of individuals before and after surgery (e.g., deep brain stimulation, callosectomy, or resection to improve a seizure disorder) or other types of treatments (e.g., chemotherapy, long-term steroid use, ECT)

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Identify the type and course of any cognitive and/or behavioral changes, including those that may be caused by memory or movement disorders, TBI, stroke, injury, or illness.

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Determine rehabilitation potential, or a projection about the future status of a patient based on present observable behaviors.

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In cases of gender dysphoria, neuropsychologists can determine neurocognitive and psychiatric soundness to help determine gender reassignment surgical candidacy.

Gender
Reassignment

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white boho arrow Educational Opportunities Evaluate one’s capacity to function independently, as well as provide residential, educational, and vocational options. white boho arrow Pilot Certification Assist pilots in meeting the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements to obtain or renew their medical certification. Inform treatment planning or therapeutic interventions most appropriate for an individual. Medication Therapy Management white boho arrow Help parents know more about themselves so they can better understand how to help their children, particularly when there is a shared diagnosis. Parent-Child Understanding white boho arrow white boho arrow Assist individuals in determining their strengths and weaknesses in order to reach their optimal potential. Optimal
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Pre/Post-Neurosurgical Evaluations Track neuropsychological progress of individuals before and after surgery (e.g., deep brain stimulation, callosectomy, or resection to improve a seizure disorder) or other types of treatments (e.g., chemotherapy, long-term steroid use, ECT) white boho arrow white boho arrow Identify the type and course of any cognitive and/or behavioral changes, including those that may be caused by memory or movement disorders, TBI, stroke, injury, or illness. Dementia

Determine rehabilitation potential, or a projection about the future status of a patient based on present observable behaviors.

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In cases of gender dysphoria, determine neurocognitive and psychiatric soundness to help determine gender reassignment surgical candidacy. Gender
Reassignment
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Evaluating adults ages 18 and up

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Evaluating adults ages 18 and up

Schedule an Appointment Today!