What to Expect: Pediatric EEG
Posted on January 18, 2018, by
By Dr. Olga Goldfarb, MD Perhaps you believe your child may have seizures, or you suspect they might be experiencing a sleep disorder. You make an appointment with your doctor or neurologist; they recommend taking your little one for an electroencephalogram (EEG) to check his or her brain activity. The prospect of preparing a child, especially a young one, for...
Does Your Child Fear the Doctor’s Office? Keys to Cope
Posted on October 23, 2017, by
If your children fear the physician, dentist or even hairstylist, you’re not alone. And for children with autism and other intellectual disabilities, fear can lead to major meltdowns. One local Advance Practice Nurse who treats this population provides insight for parents Contributor: Lisa Alberts APRN-BC, PMHNP-BC, APN Leader, Acute Behavioral Health at The Bancroft School and Marcroft Medical Associates If your...
Returning to the Classroom after a Concussion: Tips for Teachers
Posted on June 23, 2017, by
Concussions can result from any impact to the head that jars the brain. They do not necessarily include the loss of consciousness. The developing brain is particularly susceptible to concussion, and children and adolescents who participate in sports are at even greater risk. A child who suffers from one concussion is more likely to experience another, and recovery takes longer in...
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