Neuropsychological Testing at MARI Resumes

MARI Neuropsychological Testing Returns – Now Scheduling!

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The Mary A. Rackham Institute (MARI) neuropsychological testing has returned to in-person appointments. We have slots available to schedule now. Because testing cannot effectively be offered via telehealth, MARI prioritized testing as phase 1 of returning to in-person services. MARI will offer other in-person services as we slowly progress through reopening phases.

Neuropsychological testing services typically have a wait list. However, because of the service pause during the COVID-19 shutdown, we have appointments available now. (Please note, our autism testing services continue to have a wait list.) To learn more about the types of testing available through MARI, please see: MARI Testing Services

Testing helps a medical or clinical professional understand a person’s behavior and can help identify underlying causes for difficulties or changes in functioning. For example, neuropsychological testing can help:

  • an athlete who may need a neuropsychological assessment following a concussion;
  • a person struggling at work and at home might get evaluated for ADHD; or
  • an older adult may wonder if changes in their memory are normal aging or something more. 

How to Request a Neuropsychological Testing Appointment

To schedule an appointment with MARI Neuropsychological Testing services:

  • Doctors, Clinicians and Other Medical Professionals: Make a referral through our simple online referral form, or by calling the MARI Call Center at (734) 615-7853.
  • Clients: You can request an appointment online or by calling the MARI Call Center at (734) 615-7853.

Safety Measures for Clients and Staff

We are taking extra precautions to protect both our clients and our staff members, including frequent disinfecting of surfaces, limiting the number of people in the building, social distancing in common spaces as well as rooms, mask requirements and face shields, screening clients and staff before entering, temperature taking before entering, and other steps as designated by the U-M Department of Environmental Health & Safety (EHS). We will continue to monitor the level of protection needed to keep everyone safe and adjust accordingly.