My son is 12 and diagnosed PDD, his therapist recently suggested a Neuro Pysch exam, but gave little information on what it was or what it may find. Unfortunately I was unable to attend the appointment that day and his father took him so I wasnt able to ask the questions I would have asked. Does anyone have any info or experience with this sort of testing? All his dad could tell me was it isnt covered by insurance, which is of little concern to me if it is needed to help him.
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