On this page you can find some helpful resources and information.
Client Forms

Below are some important forms we need completed before you arrive for your first appointment. Print and complete them at home to save time at the office.

Adult Data Intake Form

Child Data Intake Form

Policies and Procedures


Financial Information

Fees for services can be billed by us to your insurance company if there is our clinician make a mental health diagnosis. You may prefer, for reasons of confidentiality, to pay privately. Neuroeducation accepts Visa, MasterCard and Discover cards.

HIPPA

We adhere to the federal Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information, also known as the HIPAA Privacy Rule (45 CFR Part 160-164). This rule requires that except for certain variations or exceptions for health plans, an individual has a right to notice as to the uses and disclosures of protected health information that may be made by the covered entity, as well as the individual’s rights, and the covered entity’s legal duties with respect to protected health information. The full document is available at our location.

Map and Parking

Metered parking can be found in front of our building on Riverside Ave. and around the block. Parking is also available in the Riverpark Square parking facility, one block north. You can find an interactive  map on our contact page .


Public Speaking

Pat Sharp, Ph.D., is an enthusiastic professional presenter with 30+ years of expertise in these areas, among others:

Childhood:
            ADD/ADHD
            Learning Disabilities
            Asperger's and Autism
            Fast ForWord Language Training and Reading Assistant Programs
            Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Adults:
            Cognitive Styles
            Brain Functioning and Learning
            Brain Functioning and Ageing
            Memory
            Grief and Loss


Watch our informative Videos

The Learning Clinic

Assessing Dyslexia

Dyslexia Warning Signs

Remediating Dyslexia

Experiencing Dyslexia

Symptoms of Reading Disabilites