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Monday, December 8, 2014

All About Neuropsychological Evaluation: Free Talk by Dr. Nancy Roosa in Medford Wednesday, December 10th

From the Medford SEPAC
Special Education Parent Advisory Council

December 6, 2014

Neuropsychological evaluations should be highly-individualized and comprehensive, integrating data obtained from a wide range of standardized assessment tools with information gained from history, input from parents, teachers and providers, and observations gleaned from interactions with the child.

Come out and learn about the critical aspects of why and when to test, and how test results can enhance your understanding of your child and his/her educational and emotional needs.

Please register by emailing medfordsepac@yahoo.com, or by calling 617-699-1962. Registration is not required but is helpful.

When:   7:00 - 9:00pm Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Where: Andrews Middle School
                  3000 Mystic Valley Parkway
                  Medford, MA 02155

Speaker: Nancy Roosa, Psy.D., NESCA

Nancy Roosa, Psy.D. has been providing neuropsychological evaluations for children since 1997. She enjoys working with a range of children, particularly those with autism spectrum disorders, as well as children with attentional issues, executive function deficits, anxiety disorders, learning disabilities, or other social, emotional or behavioral problems.

Nancy Roosa, Psy.D.
Dr. Roosa has consulted with several area schools, either about individual children or about programmatic concerns.

She graduated from Brown University with a degree in Neural Science and then completed her graduate work at Mass. School of Professional Psychology. She has been trained in the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule and Collaborative Problem Solving techniques.

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