Howard Learning Assessment Services
Neuropsychological Assessment of Childhood and Adult Attention and Learning Disorders
1180 Beacon Street, Suite 7D
Brookline, MA 02446
35 Bedford St.
Lexington, MA 02420
19 Johnson Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
118 Maplewood Avenue
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Neuropsychological Assessment of Child and Adult Attention and Learning Disorders
Howard Learning Assessment Services is an organization staffed and run by highly trained neuropsychologists skilled in the assessment of a variety of attention, memory, language based and non-verbal learning difficulties.
All the neuropsychologists are certified and trained in the latest state of the art methods and research involved with diagnosing and treating attention and learning disorders. Reports are done quickly and professionally, and attention and care is paid to educating the consumer, and making sure all questions and concerns are addressed.
Sites are located in
- Brookline, MA
- Newburyport, MA
- Portsmouth, NH
- Lexington, MA
Dr. Scott Howard, the director of the clinic, has a certificate of advanced study in Neuropsychology, as
well as a doctorate in clinical psychology, and has studied with Dr. Elkhonon
Goldberg of NYU Medical School, who is a protege of Alexander Luria, one of
the founders of the field of Neuropsychology. He has done neuropsychological
testing at many hospitals including Holy Family
Hospital, Newton Wellesley Hospital, and the Portsmouth Pavilion. He also tests on
a regular basis at many area colleges and universities, including Merrimack
College, Endicott College, Gordon College, Boston University, University of
New Hampshire and many private schools in the Boston and New England area.
Dr. Howard is pleased to announce that he has been appointed an Adjunct Lecturer at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, and is teaching courses in the Psychological Assessment of Children and Adolescents to graduate students in the Counseling Psychology program. He
is a full member of the American Psychological Association, Neuropsychology
division, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the Massachusetts
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