Note: The term Asperger Syndrome was previously used to diagnose individuals at the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum.
Asperger’s Syndrome Testing in Bloomfield Hills MI
Oakland Neuropsychology Center provides Asperger’s Syndrome testing in Bloomfield Hills MI, along with many other psychological testing services. Asperger’s is now considered within the autism spectrum, and it is a phrase that is no longer used professionally. Thus any clients that Dr. Isabelle sees for Asperger’s Syndrome testing ultimately receive autism testing. During your consultation, Dr. Isabelle will determine which evaluation services are right for your child.
If you’re interested in autism and Asperger’s Syndrome testing in Bloomfield Hills MI, call (248) 644-9466 to learn more.
Autism Testing and Asperger’s Syndrome Testing in Bloomfield Hills MI
Dr. Isabelle has a high accuracy rate for autism diagnosis. As a doctorate-level psychologist, she has specialized training to identify underlying signs of autism. Through autism and Asperger’s Syndrome testing in Bloomfield Hills MI, you can discover the specific issues your child is facing so you can overcome them as a family. Dr. Isabelle will provide a formal diagnosis that you can use to seek treatment.
- Get a Personalized Psychological Testing Plan for Your Child
- Receive a Professional Diagnosis from a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Bloomfield Hills MI
- Learn Who to Talk to for Follow-up Care – We Have Close Relationships with Autism Specialists in the Area
- Get Confidential Testing in Our Family-Friendly Office
Signs of Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism
Signs of autism and Asperger’s show at an early age. They typically involve difficulty understanding social cues, sensitivity to light/sound, social or verbal delays, uncoordinated movements, etc. Parents often come in for autism and Asperger’s Syndrome testing when the child is 18 months to 3 years of age. However, signs may go unnoticed and a diagnosis may be made later than that.
If you think your child may have autism or the condition formerly known as Asperger’s Syndrome, a psychological evaluation will give you the answers you’re looking for. From there, you can seek effective treatment to improve your child’s quality of life. Our team will be there to help every step of the way.