Evaluations and Interventions of Thinking Problems for Children, Adults, & Seniors
Evaluations and Interventions of Thinking Problems for Children, Adults, & Seniors

Services for Children

Children with undiagnosed and unmanaged problems with learning and attention face higher risks of academic difficulties and narrower life opportunities as they grow older. Obtaining an accurate diagnosis is an essential first step to ensuring children receive the appropriate accommodations at school and appropriate treatment plans through healthcare providers.

 

Thomson Memory Center has specialized pediatric services to answer your questions about (CLICK A LINK BELOW):

and helping your child reach his or her maximum potential academically and socially.

 

Services include:

  • Diagnostic Testing
  • Comprehensive Evaluations
  • Family Feedback Sessions
  • Academic and Cognitive Skills Training
  • Collaboration with Schools

 

Where to Start:

The Thomson Memory Center can evaluate and diagnose your child with an attention disorder, such as ADHD, or a learning disability, such as a Reading Disorder, among others. Parents also seek out Thomson Memory Center's services when they are concerned about the possibility of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger's, and other general developmental disorders. Our neuropsychologists are trained in the use of the latest, proven, and clinically sound tools and methods. Information is also obtained from those who know the child best, including parents and teachers, to help develop an accurate picture of a child at home and in social and academic settings.

 

Our fellowship trained neuropsychologists are experts in using the best testing instruments to pin down an accurate diagnosis in order to make actionable and concrete recommendations.

 

What can be Done:

An appropriate diagnosis can result in school accommodations, like IEP or 504 Plans, specialized tutors, or extended test taking time, as stipulated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). His/her primary care doctor may also use the testing results to make an informed decision regarding medication administration.

 

Cognitive Skills Training:

Based on your child's particular functioning, a training program that utilizes thinking strengths to compensate for weaknesses and promote neuroplasticity is developed. A program typically consists of several hour-long training sessions administered once per week. Results are often noticed within the first few sessions. Your child will continue to benefit from the resources learned long after the conclusion of the sessions.

LOCATIONS

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Hoffman Estates/South Barrington

2300 Barrington Rd. Ste 400

Hoffman Estates, IL 60169

 

Lake in the Hills

(Moving to Algonquin soon)

1301 Pyott Rd. Ste 103

Lake in the Hills, IL 60156

 

St. Charles

100 Illinois St. Ste 200

St. Charles, IL 60174

 

Deerfield

500 Lake Cook Rd. Ste 350

Deerfield, IL 60015

 

Chicago- Uptown

4646 N. Marine Dr. Ste A-6150

Chicago, IL 60640

(Office inside Weiss Memorial Hospital)

 

Oak Brook

700 Commerce Dr. Ste 500
Oak Brook, IL 60523
 

Park Ridge (Coming soon)

 

Office: (847) 469-7537

Fax: (847) 469-7540

Email: Info@ThomsonMemory.com

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