Decision Making
Problem Solving

How does it work?

Invictus Health’s neuropsychological assessments involve analysing common brain functions, such as memory, attention, concentration, learning, problem solving and decision making.

If you’re looking for a thorough and detailed neuropsychological assessment and accompanying report, we welcome you to get in touch.

What will be assessed?

Neuropsychological evaluation can assess several cognitive areas including:

  • Processing speed
  • Learning and memory
  • Executive functions
  • Attention and concentration
  • Visual perception ability
  • Language

What are the areas of cognitive assessment dependent upon?

  • The specific referral question/s
  • Any questions you or your doctor may have
  • Any specific health complaints
  • Any reported symptoms
  • Observations made by your Clinical Neuropsychologist

Consistent, standardised testing

The formal neuropsychological assessment you’ll undergo with Invictus Health is fully standardised, so it is administered in a consistent manner for all patients and scored using a consistent approach each, and every time.

Secure data collection & storage

You can rest assured that the data that is collected on you is done so in a responsible and ethical manner, and that such data is only kept on file in situations where it is absolutely necessary.

Regular professional development

Our team undergoes continuous learning and mentoring, ensuring best practice across all modalities and areas of neuropsychology, with ongoing professional development undertaken and strict adherence to APS Guidelines maintained.

Medico-legal assessment experts

If you are in the legal or insurance professions, Invictus Health can tailor a neuropsychological assessment for your specific needs, include:

Sometimes after an injury, illness or period of leave from work, individual may experience changes in their thinking skills and or may find it difficult to return to work. We assist workers and their employers to understand someone’s cognitive strengths and weakness to guide recommendations to support return to work.

Living with and or supporting someone with a disability can be challenging and while there are support available these often require evidence of the nature and severity of a cognitive and/or psychological impairment. We work with individuals and those who support them to characterise a person's cognitive, emotional and behavioural function to produce evidence of a disability and provide appropriate recommendations to promote independence for the individual.

Our team of experienced neuropsychologists use their knowledge of the interaction between the brain and behaviour to help inform a parent’s ability to meet a child’s needs and provide safe, routine care for that child. Our detailed reports incorporate the parent’s understanding of the current family situation with factors that may be contributing to their ability to parent and or make positive change including the parent’s current cognitive and psychological functioning to inform their parenting capacity and identify strategies and recommendations to foster positive parenting skills.

We can all have trouble making the ‘right’ decision, however, it is often of no consequence which coloured bike we buy. Sometimes, people who have difficulties with their thinking skills, whether that be due to a head injury, stroke, intellectual disability or dementia, can have trouble remembering, understanding and using information to make a well-informed decision about important issues. For example; finances, medical, legal and ethical. Our assessments can be used to form part of an application for Guardianship or Enduring Power of Attorney made through the relevant State or Commonwealth Tribunal.

In good hands

Led by Dr Judy Tang, with over 10 years of neuropsychological experience, Dr Tang has covered all aspects of law and court proceedings in her career.

Your personalised assessment will be reviewed in detail by Dr Tang personally, ensuring all details are correct and presented in accordance with all relevant requirements and regulations, including:

  • Australian Psychology Society (APS) guidelines
  • The Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014
  • The Health Records Act 2001


Why choose Invictus Health as your Neuropsychology Specialists?

A team of experiences and professional health experts.

Friendly and informative approach to health and wellbeing

A holistic and collaborative approach to health

No GP referral needed