Psychological Software Service (PSS) was incorporated in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1982 by Dr. Odie Bracy, neuropsychologist. It is a division of and located at the Neuroscience Center of Indianapolis (NSC). Clinical services at NSC include diagnostic and therapeutic treatment programs for individuals who are experiencing brain injury, stroke, learning/developmental disabilities, attention deficit disorders or other neurological based anomalies. Referrals to the center come from a number of sources including self-referrals, hospitals, neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, schools, case managers and vocational rehabilitation counselors.
The software available through Psychological Software Service was initially developed by Dr. Bracy for his own patients but since then, use of the treatment program has spread around the world and is used for treatment and research with thousands of patients. Over 5000 facilities in over 50 countries have used or are currently using Psychological Software Service applications. In addition, our applications are currently being used for rehabilitation treatment at four US Military Bases and five US Veteran's Administration Medical Centers.