Dr. Sean Robb offers a variety of brief and low-cost adult or geriatric neuropsychological assessments, as well as full neuropsychological and neuroemotional assessments to understand and diagnose cognitive and emotional challenges.
Assessments may be covered by WSIB, motor vehicle insurance, or private insurance.
Low-cost and brief cognitive assessment for memory change, post-stroke, concerns about dementia, or MS
Comprehensive neuropsychological assessment for traumatic brain injury, ADHD, and complex cognitive concerns
For those who wish to understand their mental health better, including mood, anxiety, and personality
Our assessment process is comprehensive and includes incorporation of medical, neurological, cognitive, and psychological aspects of an individual's life to develop a holistic understanding of an individual's strengths and challenges.
Our team will provide thorough assessment to help an individual more fully understand themselves, and their particular challenges, as well as aid their family in more fully appreciating their strengths and limitations. We will work with the individual and their family to determine the right course of treatment.
The testing process consists of an intake appointment with Dr. Robb to go through your history and discuss your concerns. Second, there will be in-person testing completed, which consists of cognitive tests and emotional testing, which will typically take 3-4 hours for abbreviated assessments. Full neuropsychological assessments often require 1-2 days of testing in-office. Once completed, there will be a feedback session to thoroughly review the results and discuss next steps.
Depression and anxiety following neurological injury is all too common, and many do not receive treatment for this. We can work with you to understand your brain and to develop strategies to face these challenges and (re)build your life.
After an injury such as a stroke, many people report memory changes, or family members notice changes to thinking and perception. We can help to identify and work with you and your family to navigate through these challenges.
Are you worried about your memory or perhaps already been diagnosed with cognitive change or dementia? We can work with you or your family to find strategies to live your life despite changes to your memory.
Each person's neurological injury is unique, with no two being exactly the same. What is common is that many people feel very socially isolated following their injuries. We will work with you to understand your brain and foster the skills to reintegrate following your injury.
No matter the neurological challenge, we can work with you to understand your unique brain and find strategies to compensate and (re)build the best you possible.
Often a person does not know exactly why they are having difficulties with their mental health or memory. We can work with you to identify challenges and develop strategies to improve coping, or reassure you that you are on the right track already.
In our meeting together, we will discuss and review your medical information. Our goal is to develop a strong understanding of the challenges you are having as well as your goals. Typically these appointments are at least an hour in duration.
Things to bring:
1) Your medical history
2) Any other assessments from Physicians, Occupational Therapists, and Psychologists
3) If you have had any neuroimaging completed, please obtain the CD from where the imaging was done.
Neurocognitive testing involves completing tasks such as puzzles or memory tasks in order for us to better understand how your brain works. Neuropsychological assessment typically involves multiple hours of testing.
Neuroemotional testing involves completing questionnaires about symptoms and experiences so that we can best understand your internal experience. Sometimes words do not do it justice, and statistics are required to better understand a person.
We may not have all the expertise required to meet your needs or accomplish all your goals, and therefore we may need to refer you to colleagues or specialized programs within the region. We will help to set up the appropriate referrals and liaise with them and your primary care team to ensure your care is managed appropriately.
We welcome referrals from your medical team so as to best provide continuity of care with your primary care team.