The UK Neurocognitive Diagnostic Service is a comprehensive diagnostic clinic offering both pediatric (age 5 and older) and adult services. UK also has the only National Institute of Aging-Alzheimer's Disease Center in the region, and UK's neuropsychologists are closely affiliated with this institution and serve as principal investigators and consultants on NIH-NIA grants, investigating methods of Alzheimer's prevention and improving the assessment and early detection of cognitive disorders.
The neurocognitive diagnostic service is also a critical component of:
As part of a comprehensive diagnostic service, the UK neurocognitive diagnostic service offers neurocognitive/neuropsychological evaluations that may be helpful in diagnosing deficits due to causes such as:
Our neuropsychologists serve as attending faculty in many programs within the neurology department including:
Services provided to these programs include (but are not limited to):
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Most commonly, patients are referred through their primary care provider or neurologist.
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