What is the process?
Dr. Richard Grayson is a pediatric neuropsychologist at Gaylord. In this video, he discusses his process when seeing a child/adolescent/teen for a neurocognitive assessment. Dr. Grayson's specialties include concussion, acquired brain injury, traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, and neurodevelopmental disorders. A physician referral is needed to make an appointment. Please have your physician fax a referral to Gaylord at (203) 294-8705. For any questions please call: (203) 741-3413.
Richard H. Grayson, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Pediatric Neuropsychologist
Dr. Grayson works with patients from 2 years old through 22 years of age. He specializes in neuropsychological assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning for patients with acquired brain injury, stroke, epilepsy, neurodevelopmental disorders, and cognitive effects of medical diagnoses.
Dr. Grayson has served on the boards of the Brain Injury Association (now Alliance/BIAC) of CT and for Waterbury Youth Services. He has published in a variety of child and adolescent journals addressing topics ranging from aggression scales to hypoventilation syndrome. He has participated in over 15 peer-review presentations that include executive functioning in special needs children, neuropsychological assessments, and behavioral implications in children with traumatic brain injury.
Tricia McDonough Ryan, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Pediatric Neuropsychologist
Dr. Ryan works with patients from 2 years old through 22 years of age. She specializes in neuropsychological assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning for patients with acquired brain injury, stroke, brain tumors and other central nervous system diseases or high-risk histories (e.g. prematurity, anoxia, toxicities, malnutrition, international adoption, medical treatments) impacting cognitive, psychological, and behavioral functioning.
She was a concussion expert with the NFL Cincinnati Bengals and presents and consults regularly to local schools, sports teams and state associations on pediatric concussions.
GAYLORD PEDIATRIC & ADOLESCENT NEUROPSYCHOLOGISTS PDF