News and Updates for NeuroBehavioral Associates
Ready for a great year?

We excited for all of the great things 2019 will bring. Remember our team is here to help you make the most of this year and the years to come. 
Recent News
Autism is on the Rise
NeuroBehavioral Associates

Over the past ten years, studies from the Center of Disease Control (or CDC)  have indicated an increase of over 50% in autism diagnoses among children in the United States.

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I want my son to be more resilient. Is that teachable?
Washington Post

Get to the bottom of what is causing your son to feel so disregulated. It could be as simple as immaturity or as complicated as a disorder or learning disability, or a mix of all of the above.

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Are We Teaching Reading the Wrong Way?
NeuroBehavioral Associates

Reading is one of the most essential life skills that a child learns in school, but statistics from the National Assessment of Educational Progress have shown that a third of U.S children can't read at a basic level.

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Is Listening to a Book Just as Good as Reading It?
New York Times

Consider why audiobooks are a good workaround for people with dyslexia: They allow listeners to get the meaning while skirting the work of decoding, that is, the translation of print on the page to words in the mind.

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Upcoming Events

Dr. Culotta, Dr. Blackwell, and interns from NeuroBehavioral Associates will be presenting 3 posters at this year's 47th Annual International Neuropsychology Society's Conference in New York, New York.  The conference will be held from February 20th-23rd. 

The following research case studies will be presented:


  • Culotta, S. O., Wegfahrt, M. E., and Blackwell, M. C. (February, 2019) "Neuropsychological  Assessment in Complex Congenital Neurological Disorders: A Study of Myelomeningocele"  Poster accepted for presentation at The 46th Annual Meeting of The International Neuropsychological Society, New York, New York.

  • Wegfahrt, M. E., Culotta, S. O., and Culotta, V. P. (February, 2019) "The Role of Neuropsychological Assessment in Intrauterine Infract" Poster accepted for presentation at The 46th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, New York, New York.
  • Fleischer, R., Blackwell, M., Culotta, V. (February, 2019) "Neuropsychological Profile Associated with 12p13.33 Deletion" Poster accepted for presentation at The 46th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, New York, New York.


Reminder: We've Moved!
Our new location is right around the corner at: 
5550 Sterrett Place, Suite 300, Columbia, MD 21044

Once you turn on Sterrett Place, instead of going straight past the Exxon , you take your first left into the parking lot across from it. We are in building 5550 on the right side of the parking lot as you come down. If you have any questions, please give us a call.

About Us

NeuroBehavioral Associates provides comprehensive neuropsychological consultation and assessment for children, adolescents and adults with known or suspected attention, learning, or neurodevelopmental disorders. Consultations and assessments are aimed at providing a diagnostic formulation, assessing strengths and weaknesses, and forming an appropriate intervention plan. 

Contact us to learn more or schedule a consultation. 
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