Neurobehavioral Cognitive Status Exam

This is a cognitive assessment that addresses eight areas of thinking skills including orientation, attention, language, constructional ability, memory, calculations, reasoning and judgment.

The Neoruological Cognitive Status Exam (NCSE - Cognistat) is a cognitive assessment that addresses eight areas of thinking skills including orientation, attention, language, constructional ability, memory, calculations, reasoning and judgment. This assessment provides a standardized measure for evaluation and monitoring of cognitive abilities/deficiencies over time. NBSE is a cost effective alternative to neuropsychological testing for patients with mild to moderate cognitive impairments.