Diagnostic Assessments

An Important First Step in Care

For Parents and Caregivers Starting the Journey

Bancroft provides diagnostic autism assessments and neuropsychological evaluations for children. For your child, getting an early diagnosis can help facilitate the best care and a lifetime of appropriate services. 

Get the Answers You Need

Early diagnosis is a critical first step in ensuring your child receives the supportive services they need to live their best lives. Bancroft offers expert assessments leading to a formal diagnosis. Bancroft’s neuropsychologists will work with your child through a comprehensive diagnostic process giving you the answers you need to make decisions for your child’s future. 

Services Offered:

  • Assessment for Autism
  • Assessment for ADHD
  • Full Pediatric Neuropsychological Evaluations
  • Psycho-Educational/Learning  Evaluations
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Appointments Now Available

Speak with an experienced admissions coordinator who can help you with this important first step. The continuum of care begins here.

Call 800-774-5516

Experience Matters

Diagnostic Assessment for autism and intellectual and developmental disorders is part of a new suite of autism treatment services Bancroft has designed to meet the growing demand brought on by the increase in diagnosis, long wait times for diagnosis, and access to appropriate services. 

Bancroft’s experience in treating those with autism and intellectual and developmental disorders runs deep. We have over 100 years of experience in treating those with autism and employ a team of clinical experts in ABA therapy, PT, OT and speech who all work in concert to provide the best treatment. 

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Dr. Danielle Ager, Psy.D. smiles and poses for the camera. She is in a salmon colored top and is wearing glasses.

Danielle Ager, Psy.D.

Neuropsychologist

Dr. Ager is a licensed clinical neuropsychologist who completed Master’s and Doctoral degrees at Widener University. She completed an APA-accredited internship through Widener University with rotations at Lankenau Hospital within the private practices of Drs. Bergman, Caplan, and Shechter. Dr. Ager completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, where she provided inpatient and outpatient neuropsychological evaluations in a subacute rehabilitation hospital setting.

Prior to joining Bancroft, Dr. Ager worked as a lifespan neuropsychologist for 7 years at Clinical Neuropsychology Associates, providing neuropsychological and psychoeducational evaluations, cognitive rehabilitation, and psychotherapy for individuals with concussions, learning disabilities, ADHD, and other neurological and neurodevelopmental conditions.

At Bancroft NeuroRehab, Dr. Ager conducts evaluations and provides treatment to individuals with a wide range of neurological conditions. Dr. Ager also acts as co-director of the Bancroft NeuroRehab site within the Immaculata University Consortium Clinical Psychology Internship program.

Frequently Asked Questions

We currently accept private pay. We will provide the necessary information for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. 

Assessments are provided on Fridays at Helping Hands, 1001 Briggs Rd #280, Mt Laurel Township, NJ 

Call 800-774-5516 to talk to an experienced admissions coordinator who can help you with this important first step.

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