pediatric neuropsychological evaluations, behavioral health, and communication assessments

Meet Dr Rush


Shana Rush, PhD, CCC-SLP was trained as a Speech Language Pathologist at the University of Central Florida. In her early career she specialized in the treatment of children with autistic spectrum disorders. She later earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology/AIU, completed a residency in Clinical Neuropsychology at North Shore Children's Hospital in Boston, MA and a fellowship in Pediatric Neuropsychology at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital. She has twenty years of clinical experience with cognitive, behavioral, and communications disorders.

Fellowship-trained pediatric neuropsychologist

and certified communications consultant/speech language pathologist

As a fellowship-trained pediatric neuropsychologist she provides neuropsychology testing, also called cognitive testing, in Grand Rapids.


She has co-authored two books: The Source for Traumatic Brain Injury in Children & Adolescents (ISBN-13: 978-0760607466) and The Source for PDD: Assessment and Intervention (ISBN-13: 978-0760603789).


Her publications also include:

  • Kahn D, Asbell S & Donders J. "Clinical Utility of the LANSE-A in Adolescents with Traumatic Brain Injury." Rehabilitation Psychology, vol. 60, no. 2, 187-192.
  • Warschausky S, Van Tubbergen M, Donders S, Asbell S, Driver L & Ayyangar R. "Modified Test Administration Using Assistive Technology: Preliminary Psychometric Findings." Assessment, 19(4):472-9.
  • Kaufman J, Warschausky S, Van Tubbergen M, Asbell S & Donders J. "Modified assessment of visual inspection time in children with cerebral palsy." Presented at the meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Atlanta, GA, 2009.
  • Warschausky S, Van Tubbergen M, Donders J, Asbell S, Driver L & Ayyangar R. "Modified cognitive test administration for children with cerebral palsy: Preliminary psychometric findings." Presented at the meeting of the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, Atlanta GA, 2008.