• Brenner-Older Adults

    The Brenner Center at William James College offers neuropsychological assessment of older adults under the supervision of Dr. Jason Osher.

Assessment Programs for Adults

The Brenner Center at William James College offers a full range of adult assessment services individualized to your needs.

Our diverse range of experts in neurocognitive assessment ensures that our programs represent state-of-the-art technologies and the very best practices available today.

Adults interested in understanding their neurocognitive strengths, styles, and challenges are encouraged to explore the options outlined below.

SageMind - Coming Soon

The Brenner Center at William James College is proud to introduce our SageMind program: a state-of-the-art integrative Neurocognitive Assessment and Wellness program empowering you to understand, track, and manage your cognitive and psychological styles and strengths as you move through adulthood and into the later phases of your life.

SageMind provides an unprecedented opportunity for middle-aged and older adults to understand themselves and to identify, track, and mitigate cognitive and emotional changes that occur as we age. 

Our SageMind program not only captures who you are today, but empowersyou to track your experience as you age. Has my thinking changed? Is my memory as sharp as it used to be? Am I relating to people as well as I used to? How do I maximize my potential, right now, regardless of how old I am?

Our unique program combines a truly comprehensive neurocognitive, psychological, and neurological assessment that captures your unique neuropsychological “fingerprint” – a clear picture of who you are, right now.  This “baseline” then enables you to track, explore, and potentially mediate any changes you experience as you age. 

Beyond this comprehensive neurocognitive assessment, enrollment in the SageMind program entitles you to our state-of-the-art neurocognitive and behavioral health program that summarizes emerging research and outlines pragmatic tools for maintaining your acuity and vitality in order to enhance and extend your chosen lifestyle.

For more information about the SageMind program (including referrals, and costs), please contact Aladdin Ossorio at aladdin_ossorio@williamjames.edu.

Individualized Adult Assessment

The Brenner Center at William James College's Adult Assessment Program provides targeted neurocognitive evaluations addressing specific questions that you or your healthcare provider may have regarding your strengths, skills, abilities, and challenges.

For adults concerned that they are not reaching their potential, the Individualized Adult Assessment can help identify your strengths and challenges and the relationship between your specific cognitive experience and potential career options or intellectual strengths.

Individualized Adult Assessments offer clarity to adults who have questions about their neurocognitive strengths and challenges –what am I good at and where do I shine? Where are my areas of growth and challenge? How might I align my abilities with my career and financial aspirations?

The Brenner Center at William James College offers an Individualized Assessment Program to address these questions, working with you and your healthcare provider to address precisely the questions you seek concerning your abilities, capabilities, and current functioning. We will help you understand who you are and what your strengths are.

In addition, if you are struggling with emotional, relational, or other issues and would like to better understand these difficulties, obtain diagnostic clarification, or determine if you would benefit from accommodations, the Brenner Center can help. We also offer individualized test batteries to help identify areas of struggle and provide treatment recommendations.

For further information or to schedule a tailored Individual Assessment, please contact Emily DiTomaso at emily_ditomaso@williamjames.edu for details, including referrals, costs, and details.

Adult Memory Clinic

The Brenner Center at William James College provides comprehensive evaluations for adults who are struggling with issues of memory and concentration, or who are experiencing unsettling changes in values, beliefs, or behavior.

Our experts will clarify your individual experience and identify potential neurocognitive causes of concern, including diagnosis and prognosis.

Changes in memory are common as we age–some changes are expected and merely represent normal aging. However, some changes are not part of our expected development and may indicate important health concerns.

For older adults concerned about their memory, or who are experiencing unsettling changes in their lives, the Brenner Assessment Center offers wide-ranging assessment of memory, personality, and aging.

Assessments provided by our Memory Clinic help determine whether your experience is average and expected, or whether unexpected changes in your abilities or behavior may be occurring. Our assessments help pinpoint where you may be experiencing troubles and what these difficulties may mean.

To enroll in our Memory Clinic, please contact Aladdin Ossorio at aladdin_ossorio@williamjames.edu.