Dr. Jack AyvazianDr. Ayvazian received his undergraduate degree at U.C.L.A., his doctorate at U.S.C., and his neuropsychology training at the Fielding Institute in Orange County, California. He performs neuropsychological assessments in his private practice, at schools, and in hospital settings. He is on staff at White Memorial Medical Center. He also performs forensic evaluations.

Dr. Ayvazian’s experience and training has involved the assessment of children, adults, and seniors. By performing formal evaluations, he has helped patients identity problems with memory, attention and concentration, language, visual-spatial reasoning, and other areas of functioning. Dr. Ayvazian’s treatment plans are developed with a specific client’s needs and deficits in mind, and are designed to improve patient functioning.

Dr. Ayvazian has a background in the assessment of children, and believes that a child’s classroom should fit their individual strengths and accommodate their weaknesses. This helps them achieve academically and personally. He has experience working with school personnel on behalf of children who are struggling with academic and social demands.

Dr. Ayvazian has also assessed adults with brain injuries or who have pre-existing deficits, as well as seniors concerned about memory and general cognitive functioning. He has testified in court on behalf of individuals of all ages.

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