Stroke

After individuals have a stroke, they may experience a wide range of changes in thinking, behavior, and mood. 

Cognitive changes that you may experience include:

  • Memory Loss
  • Language and Word-Finding Difficulties
  • Visual Changes or Vision Loss
  • Problem-Solving Changes
  • Inattention and Distractibility

Mood and Personality changes:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Apathy
  • Irritability
  • Risky Behavior

EValuation

Our neuropsychological evaluation can assist in providing a comprehensive assessment of cognitive abilities to help establish your cognitive baseline after a stroke, and repeat evaluations can track your recovery over time.