USING NEUROSCIENCE AS A WAY TO IMPROVE AND OPTIMIZE BRAIN HEALTH
The CN2C is an international (France/Canada) pole of expertise in neuropsychology for
screening, assessment, monitoring and care of people with learning disabilities and
acquired or degenerative neurological disorders. Our mission is to improve the quality of
life of children, adults, and elderly, teach the strategies backed by science that will allow better cognitive functioning (such as for attentional impairment memory deficits) and allow to achieve one’s potential.
WHEN TO CONSULT ?
Children, adults, elderly
Learning disorders (dyslexia, dysorthographia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, dysphasia)
Oral language disorder (dysphasia)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – ADD/ADHD
Stress and anxiety
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Tourette's syndrome (SGT)
Nonverbal dysfunction syndrome (NDV)
Cranio-cerebral trauma, concussion
Alzheimer's disease and other degenerative diseases
Behavioral and Psychological symptoms associated with dementia
Derogation and school accommodations
Billions of neurons
connections per neuron
of the the body’s weight
of blood and oxygen
Jennyfer Ansado, Neuropsychologist
Doctor of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal
Doctor in psychology / neuropsychology, University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis
Initially graduated in neuropsychology at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Jennyfer
Ansado then completed a PhD in a co-supervision between the University of Nice and the
University of Montreal. This dual training has allowed her to acquire international expertise
in clinical neuropsychology.
She was then selected as professor at the University of Quebec in the Outaouais and worked
as a researcher at the Institute of Knowledge at Monfort Hospital (ISM) in Ottawa, Ontario
(https://www.savoirmontfort.ca/en/corporative /). She also co-founded the Outaouais
Concussion Center (http://c-centre.ca/), a multidisciplinary center specialized in the
prevention, management and treatment of concussions in the area of Ottawa.
Currently, she teaches at the University of Côte d'Azur and conducts research projects in the field of clinical neuroscience on the management of attentional and memory disorders using new technologies.
Dre Karen Debas ,Neuropsychologist
Dre Karen Debas completed her B.Sc. at McGill University (Montreal, Qc.) before starting her
PhD in neuropsychology, at the University of Montreal. Her degree is one specialized in both clinical studies and research experience. For the latter, she explored the cerebral mechanisms underpinning memory consolidation, in association with sleep.
Her clinical experience includes internships with patients having traumatic brain injuries at the Montreal General Hospital, as well as amongst a population suffering diverse neurological diseases such as tumor, epilepsy, stroke etc., at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Montréal. She pursued with experience allowing to refine her assessment of differential diagnoses with a geriatric population (for example differentiating a degenerative disease vs major depression or symptoms of anxiety). She has been evaluating and supporting elderly and their families in the period of adjustments to new cognitive situations since 2015. She is now also trainer, as well as designated mentor of her region for health professionals working with elderly presenting cognitive impairments.
7 Rue Alfred Mortier, 06000 Nice, France
Téléphone : 04 93 92 32 27
1 Place Saint-François, 06380 Sospel, France
Téléphone : 04 93 04 33 33
7 Rue Max Barel, 06500 Menton
Téléphone : 09 54 01 54 10