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List of every expert witness claiming expertise in Adaptive functioning

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Adaptive functioning. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Mr Hughes in ST HELENS
Children • Adults • Intellectual ability • Functional skills • Literacy • Communication • Police interview • Need for appropriate adult • Understanding of interview caution • Understanding of documents & forms • Readability of documents • Fitness to plead • Capacity to instruct/participate • Special measures in Court • Need for intermediary • Vulnerable witness • Suggestibility • Compliance • Learning difficulty • Disability • Specific learning difficulties • Dyslexia • Dyspraxia • ADHD • Attention difficulties • Hyperactivity • Autism • Asperger ...
Ms Williams in NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
I am a Registered and Chartered Forensic Psychologist who offers a range of psychological assessment and treatment for adults and children. I have extensive experience in expert reports covering all aspects of forensic psychological assessment, including violence, sex, fire and acquisitive offending, in both adults and children. Examples include: • Sexual and violent offences • Adolescent offending • Mental Health Review Tribunals • Parole board hearings • Forensic neuropsychological assessments • Suggestibility • ...
Dr Monaci in LONDON
• Neuropsychology expert • Assessment of cognitive & emotional functioning using psychometric & neuropsychological objective assessments & by clinical interview • Acquired brain injury • Daily adaptive & social functioning • Capacity & fitness to plead • Cognitive & intellectual functioning, including memory & executive skills, such as adaptive behaviour, abstract thinking, planning, personality & social behaviour • Symptom validity assessment & ...
Dr Blandford in CLACTON-ON-SEA
Adult psychological assessment for civil & criminal court proceedings: • Cognitive & intellectual functioning (e.g. IQ) • Daily adaptive/social functioning • Capacity & fitness to plead • Executive functioning (e.g. adaptive behaviour, abstract thinking, mental flexibility, problem solving, planning, inhibition & social behaviour) • Malingering • Memory • Suggestibility & compliance • Personality disorders & clinical syndromes • Dementing processes • Affective conditions (e.g. anxiety disorders, depression, PTSD)
 
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