Neuropsychology is a specialized services for persons with brain dysfunction, a special type of assessment, called neuropsychological evaluation, is available to identify one's strengths and weaknesses in thinking skills. In addition to working with the individuals experiencing the trauma, neuropsychologists also educate family members on problem issues related to brain dysfunction and offer guidance on managing issues that may occur.
Psychological services assist inpatients and outpatients with adjustments to recovery, and short– and long-term disability-related issues. Such events can result in significant changes to a person’s lifestyle, such as being unable to return to work, or live independently during the recovery or sometimes permanently. Psychology Services provides specialized services in several areas. For example, individuals with spinal cord injury, who may lose the ability to ambulate, participate in classes and counseling to learn how to manage life with restricted physical movement. Patients and their family members are trained in problem-solving skills to assist in promoting self-care.