Please call (205) 329-7815
for an appointment between 8-12pm or 1-4pm, and be sure to leave us a voice mail
if nobody can speak to you right away.
Please click on the
following forms you may complete online (during Covid times)
1) New patient Form
(insurance and phone and address, etc):
2) History Form (Relevant history about your issues):
When Covid is no longer a
concern we may go back to in-person interviews described below, but
for now, the initial interview will be done online.
Please click here for the forms
you will need to complete and bring to your ADD
Please read and fill out the above forms
before the appointment.
Bring the following to the appointment: the enclosed form,
list the exact names daily dosages and who prescribed medications
(or bring bottles for all current medications), snacks/drinks if
needed, glasses / hearing aids if needed for hearing / reading. Some find the evaluation a
bit tiring, so please be sure patient has had a good meal and a good
night sleep before the evaluation, if possible.
The testing usually lasts from 2 to 8
hours, depending on the patientís energy level / abilities. The doctor will spend time with the
patient and any significant people/friends/relatives to get
background information and testing. Rest breaks are given.
These assessments are commonly requested for
individuals who have experienced an accident, stroke, or anything
that may change the way the brain works. The evaluation is designed
to assess what changes have occurred and look at what this means to
the patientís life.
Here are a few common situations Dr. Azrin & Millsaps
A person begins to notice a problem with
forgetfulness after suffering a head injury in an
A person is depressed or anxious and their
ability to think has become worse.
An elderly person is experiencing memory
lapses and wants to find out if this is just a normal part of aging
or the sign of a memory problem.
A person has suffered some injury to their
brain, and they may now have difficulty functioning in some areas of
their daily lives.
Your assessment will be conducted by Dr.
Richard L. Azrin or Dr. cheryl@123 Millsaps, Licensed
They have specialized training in understanding how the brain
works and how it affects behavior, thinking, and
The doctors will be assessing specific skills
using a wide range of activities. These skills include
concentration, memory, language, and problem solving. Some of the ways these are
tested include answering questions, remembering certain information
and writing things down.
The neuropsychological assessment does not involve a medical
check-up, or a psychiatric assessment. Assessments are usually of
great value to family, friends, doctors or therapists in helping
them to understand your problems better and providing you with the
The test results will usually be explained in
a follow-up appointment after the evaluation is
you for your time and effort.
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directions and to see the map to our offices