I'm sure it depends on your insurance. For us, the whole thing began with his severe behavioral problems in school. I found out our insurance covered behavioral health and we saw the psychiatrist and therapist. I then (through this site) saw the need for a neuropsychologist eval. I used my insurance's behavioral health website and found one nearby and made an appt. I would imagine other insurances might require referrals. Simply describing the behavioral problems my son was having was enough for me, but I don't know where that 'line' is, so to speak.
If the only desire is to have an IQ test, the likely hood of getting insurance to pay is probably next to zero, but, if you are like me, it's always worth a try!
Edited by epoh (02/09/12 11:29 AM)