Review the list below and check all the items that resonate with your child's behavior and development.
Count the items you checked above. If your child meets 5 or more of the criteria above, we encourage you to explore a formal evaluation.
Early diagnosis and intervention are key, and our team is here to answer questions or to schedule an assessment.
Because of the specialized nature of our testing services, we, along with many other Chicagoland providers of neuropsychological testing, are experiencing considerable demand for assessments.
However, if your child is 4 or younger, and has been referred to us for possible autism, we will do our best to schedule you in the next 2 weeks for an intake, testing, and feedback appointment as part of our Autism Testing Clinic. The appointment typically takes about three hours and takes place in one day. We know how critical this testing is as early as possible in a child's development.
For all other testing and assessments, we are currently booking appointments 5-6 months into the future.
Our Neuropsychology team administers the ADOS-2, which is an assessment that observes how a child interacts with their environment. The ADOS-2 is mostly play-based, and probes for social and emotional behaviors, and is recognized as the field's current "gold standard" for diagnosing or excluding autism.
In addition to administering the ADOS-2, our team gains insight about your child from a thorough intake meeting and behavioral feedback from parents and teachers (if applicable). One parent is present during the assessment and may be asked at certain times to participate.
Dr. Stasi is a 2005 graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology. Over the years, Dr. Stasi has been published professionally and has given numerous presentations on Neuropsychology. Previously, Dr. Stasi was an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Behavioral Sciences at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, and an adjunct professor for The Illinois Institute of Technology.
In 2009, Dr. Stasi started the Neuropsychology and Testing Center for North Shore Pediatric Therapy. In his tenure, he has helped thousands of kids reach their fullest potential.
Rhiannon Law, Ph.D. is a graduate of Indiana University - Bloomington. She obtained her Master of Arts degree in Clinical/Counseling Psychology from Illinois State University and her undergraduate degree from Illinois Wesleyan University.
Dr. Law works closely with patients and their families to provide comprehensive assessments to inform diagnostic impressions and to guide broader treatment planning.
Angel David, Psy.D. obtained her Masters and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University in Newberg, OR. She completed her internship in Child and Adolescent Neuropsychology and Educational Testing at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, CA, and post-doctoral training in Pediatric Neuropsychology at Ascension Health in Hoffman Estates, IL.
Dr. David specializes in neuropsychological evaluations for ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), mood/behavioral concerns, learning disabilities, developmental delays, and complex medical conditions, with toddlers, children, and adolescents. Dr. David works with families by providing comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations to aid in diagnostic clarification and to better connect them with appropriate services for treatment.
Whether you have already received a referral, or suspect that your child should be tested, please give us a call for a complimentary conversation with our intake team or Neuropsychologists. We can walk you through whether testing may be appropriate for your child.
We conduct autism testing in our Arlington Heights, IL centers. All other neuropsych testing takes place in our Des Plaines center. Use the form below to fill out an inquiry and our team will help you schedule an appointment at the appropriate center.