Neuropsychology Free Speaker Series
Dr. William Mautz, the founder of Children’s Neurological Services, speaks to groups, community organizations and schools on a variety of topics related to neuropsychology. Typically these events, conferences or lectures are geared towards parents of children between the ages of 4 – 24 years old or for school professionals – faculty, counseling and heath center staff – who regularly interact with this age group.
Possible topics include:
- Does my child need testing? When a neuropsychological evaluation is appropriate.
- College accommodations for ADHD/LD
- Sports concussions and neuropsychological implications
- The connection between brain function, mood, and overall health
- Excessive screen time and the adolescent brain
- The importance of resilience: how do kids learn from mistakes, failures, disappointments or setbacks
- How to raise gifted children/challenges of being gifted/challenging the gifted
Dr. Mautz is available to speak about other topics related to children, teens, and neuropsychology. For more information or to schedule Dr. Mautz at your next event, contact Business Manager Vernon Hickey at firstname.lastname@example.org; please include your subject of interest. Please allow three months notice for scheduling purposes.
Dr. Mautz is available for radio, television and print/online interviews. To schedule, please contact Vernon Hickey at 978-749-2700 or email@example.com.
Neuropsychological Evaluations 101 Seminar
Children’s Neuropsychological Services hosts seminars throughout the year for parents to learn more about neuropsychological evaluations. The seminar answers the following questions:
- What is a neuropsychological evaluation?
- How is it different than other testing, such as provided by the school system?
- When is a neuropsychological evaluation appropriate?
- What does the philosophy “Test for Success” mean?
- Seminars are typically held on a weekday evening and are an hour long. During the first 40 minutes, we answer the questions above and then use the remaining time to answer participants’ questions.
Seminars are hosted in our Andover office but are not regularly scheduled. If you want to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you on our seminar list. When a seminar is scheduled, we send invitations to everyone on the list; the first ten respondents will be invited to attend.