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(age 6 and over)

As part of the attention evaluation, the clinical interview is followed by standardized tests as well as various questionnaires. Thereafter, a quantitative electroencephalogram (qEEG) is conducted, which allows us to search for cerebral anomalies using a helmet equipped with 19 sensors. These sensors record the brain’s electrical activity, which is then compared to norms based on age group. We thus obtain a mapping of the brain’s electrical anomalies.


(from age 6 to 17)

Neuropsychological evaluations enable us to identify various neuropsychological disorders such as the attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), learning disabilities (reading, writing, mathematics) or, for example, syndromes like the Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. This evaluation, which lasts on average 6 hours, enables us to draw up a complete profile of strengths and weaknesses and make relevant recommendations.