Distance Learning

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Many parents are concerned about their children’s education during the pandemic.  Teachers go to school for years to be able to do their job, and when parents have their own job responsibilities, how can they meet the needs of their … Read More

Self-Care for Caregivers During COVID-19

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by Aikisha Harley, PhD & Mia Delgadillo Being a caregiver for a loved one who has cognitive challenges can be rewarding, but can also be  physically and mentally taxing. This is even more true during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Though … Read More

Brain Fog

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What is brain fog? Brain fog is a term that many people know but can sometimes be difficult to describe, especially if you’re feeling it.  It makes people feel fuzzy or exhausted, and makes it almost impossible to complete normal … Read More

In support of BIPOC

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We, the clinicians and staff of San Francisco Neuropsychology, stand firmly in solidarity with the Black community and vehemently condemn the police brutality we have repeatedly witnessed throughout our country, as well as the systematic racism that pervades our society … Read More

Validity of Teleneuropsychology

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    Does assessment work when it is done over the internet?  The short answer is yes! The main takeaways of this article include: Confidential videoconferencing and telephone appointments are available Teleneuropsychology works to get accurate information about cognitive status … Read More

How Caregivers Can Help Loved Ones During COVID-19

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We have all needed to find new ways to keep our spirits high during these times.  Sheltering-in-place and quarantining have made spending time together much more difficult, but it is no less important that we nurture our connections, and find … Read More

How to Have a Great Telehealth Session

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Have you arranged to have an appointment with your provider online?  Teleneuropsychology, a specific type of telehealth, is the practice of evaluating patients over videoconferencing and/or telephone.  You and your provider get to interact in real time to gather the … Read More

Self-Care During COVID-19

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by Johanna Rengifo, PhD We are facing unprecedented times.  While the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many friends and family closer, it has also, for many, been a time of extraordinary stress – adapting to work from home, caring for young … Read More