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Senior friendly, patient and family centered:  


  • Evidence based clinical assessment of cognitive, affective and behavioral functions, for patients 65 and Up. 


  • Clarification of memory, attention, focus, learning, language, perceptual-motor, visual-spatial, problem-solving, and social cognition and decision capacity, deficits and strengths per everyday living.   


  • Impact assessment of comorbidities including Arthritas, Cancer, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Lupus, Migraine, Multiple Sclerosis, Obesity, Parkinson's, Pulmonary Disease.    


  • Baseline exam and monitoring of neurocognitive and neurobehavioral status, stability and change for pre- and post- surgical, before-and-after procedures and therapies.   


  • Behavioral Medicine and Palliative Patient care, and Caregiver Assessment and Support. 




Neurogeriatric Cognitive and Functional Capacity

Differential Diagnostics and Treatment Planning

Medical Psychology and Palliative Care 


What is Neurogeriatrics

Neurogeriatrics is a neuropsychology subspecialty defined by differential diagnosis, treatment planning and care of neurocognitive conditions that predominantly affect persons age 65 and up. Expertise requires integrated knowledge of the aging nervous system, biologic, psychologic and social variables and their influence on the prevalence and expression of signs, symptoms and potential disease. As our population matures, a significant increase in acute and chronic neurocognitive ...

Neurocognition and Aging

Increased cognitive challenges come with normal (benign) aging; each individual has a lifetime of experience upon which to draw from. Sensitive diagnostic and therapeutic resources maximize capabilities, quality of life, and life satisfaction. What is normal and what is not requires an understanding of the individual and their day to day context. Our patients are remarkable folks, self-referred and referred by a range of healthcare and medical providers ...

Mild Neurocognitive Changes

Often apparent on clinical exam via history and assessment, but not producing significant impairment in daily functioning, early assesment of mild changes allows for early intervention. Abnormal mild changes may or may not lead to major changes, are distinct from normal aging, and deserve sensitive attention ...

Major Neurocognitive Changes

Major changes, whether acute, intermittant or chronic, require us to assemble our history of courage and wisdom, conscientiously addressing the challenges that present to us privately, as well as those which our loved ones may bring to our attention. Individual, couple and family satisfaction can include both positive and realistic outcomes ...


Andrew Schechterman offers twenty-four years experience in Neurocognitive and Neurobehavioral assessment ...

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