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Demarest, David

David Demarest


  • Affiliation: On With Life

Dr. Demarest is Director of Psychology and Neuropsychology Services for On With Life in Glenwood, Iowa, where he works with children, adolescents, and adults with acquired brain injury, cerebrovascular accident (stroke), coma/minimally conscious conditions, physical disability, and other CNS-involved disease. Dr. Demarest conducts psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, develop and implement behavioral programming designed to decrease maladaptive behaviors or increase functional behaviors and activities of daily life skills, and engage in ongoing process and outcome research activities. His work with children includes assessment as to acquired as well as congenital conditions, such as Pervasive Developmental Disorder/Autism, Learning Disorders/disabilities, and Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.


Within the last 24 months, have you rendered, or in the next two years, will you render clinical services or support services (whether diagnostic, therapeutic, educational, case management, or similar) to persons with TBI or their family members and caregivers, as an independent professional or employee of a for-profit or not-for-profit organization?: Neuropsychologist with On With Life, Ankeny, Iowa; 50-75% of week is TBI; Compensation will not increase.

Within the past 24 months, I or one of my “immediate family members” received personal compensation for the following: $300 honoraria for local case management conference.

In the past 24 months and during the three-year course of the project, I have or will: I do forensic independent neuropsychological examinations and am deposed or testify at times

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