The Test of Variables of Attention (T.O.V.A.) is an objective, computerized test of attention that assists in the screening, diagnosis, and treatment monitoring of attention disorders such as ADD and ADHD. By precisely measuring reaction times while playing a very simple computer game, and then comparing the results to a similar group of people without attention disorders, the T.O.V.A. provides additional objective data to help clinicians accurately diagnose whether or not someone has ADD/ADHD. It can also help determine the effectiveness and optimum dosage of ADD/ADHD medications. Although we specialize in treating adolescents, we can also administer the T.O.V.A. test to any adult or child aged 6 and older. You can then bring the test results back to your own doctor or therapist if you wish. We are one of the few healthcare providers in the western suburbs of Chicago that can offer this service. Note: Some insurance plans do not cover psychological testing. We can help find out if yours does. Call us today!
The Adolescent Counseling Center is located one block east of Washington Street on Van Buren Avenue, just a few blocks south of the train station in downtown Naperville, Illinois, right next to North Central College. We serve the entire DuPage County area, as well as Aurora, Kane County, northeastern Kendall County, northern Will County, and western Cook County. We are a participating provider in the BlueCross BlueShield and Magellan Health Services insurance networks, and we accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, and PayPal. Our office hours are by appointment only, so call us today to schedule an appointment.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call us at 630-618-9872, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Adolescent Counseling Center of DuPage, P.C. does not take Medicaid, KidCare, or All Kids. However, for families who have these plans, we offer a significantly reduced fee. We also offer our reduced fee to individuals who meet 2 or more of these criteria: