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Barbara Weinberg, M.Ed., Ed.D.
400 Hunnewell Street, Suite 1B
02494

“I administer neuropsychological assessments for children birth to 4 years old. Understanding your child’s relative strengths and weaknesses, leads to a comprehensive program designed to optimize his/her development at an age when therapies are most effective”

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(508) 928-9066
Needham
Massachusetts
USA
Boston Neuropsychological Services, LLC
687 Highland Avenue
02494
Kevin A. Domingos, Ph.D.
Neuropsychologist

Our clinical team includes professionals with diverse training and specialization.  We have experts for every age group, from infancy through adulthood.  We have staff who specialize in autism spectrum disorders, neurodevelopment, ADHD, learning disabilities, behavioral management, emotional difficulties, working with gifted children, brain injury, learning and memory, tutoring, and individual, group, couples, and family counseling.

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781 559-8444
(781) 559-8117
Needham
Massachusetts
USA
City of Boston
Boston Neuropsychological Services, LLC
687 Highland Avenue, 2nd Floor
02494
Michael A. Fearing, Ph.D.
Neuropsychologist
Additional staff include:
Lauren Killeen, Ph.D.

Our evaluation will outline the factors that limit success (e.g., autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, emotional difficulties, behavioral problems, brain injury), and we will provide clear recommendations for treatments and strategies. Your district is required to provide the services your child needs.

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(781) 559-8444
(781) 559-8117
Needham
Massachusetts
USA
BU Center for Autism Research Excellence
100 Cummington Mall
02215
Diagnosis and Evaluation

Our primary mission is to advance scientific knowledge about the language and social communication impairments in autism/ASD and related disorders. We carry out studies on all ages using behavioral, brain, and cognitive measures. The goal is to understand the range of abilities, the developmental patterns, and the brain systems that may explain why people with autism have difficulties communicating with spoken language. Our research is aimed at developing new interventions that directly address the communication problems that we discover.

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617-358-5910
Boston
Massachusetts
USA
City of Boston