Cognitive assessments focus on the capacity of a parent to use and retain information. The findings of a cognitive assessment can ensure that communication and support are provided to the parent in a way that they can understand and use. Cognitive assessments address a wide range of abilities, including attention, memory, problem-solving, language skills and intellectual functioning. This involves taking a short clinical history and the administration of a standardised, validated measure of IQ.
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