New research is finding that children and teenagers with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) may have been experiencing a harder time than others stemming from challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Child Neurology Consultants’ board-certified pediatric neurologist Dr. Michael Reardon recently contributed to an article on the subject for Verywell Mind. Examples of pandemic-related stresses
Students across Central Texas are heading back to school over these next few weeks. But whether they are going back in person, online, or participating in a hybrid option, there are bound to be fears and anxieties (both for children and parents) with the start of this new school year. Child Neurology Consultants of Austin’s
COVID-19 Update Child Neurology Consultants of Austin is taking extra precautions to keep you, our staff, and providers safe so that we can continue to serve our patients’ families. If you or your child are traveling by airplane and have an in-person appointment within 14 days after that travel, please use our telehealth option
Join us on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. CT The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented change and stress. To help support our families during this time, we have launched a series of video broadcasts streamed live on Facebook about various topics that impact our patient families. You can access our past videos here.
Join us on Wednesday, April 29, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. CT The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented change and stress. To help support our families during this time, we are launching a series of video broadcasts to be streamed live on Facebook about various topics that impact our patient families. The next Facebook Live event
Child Neurology Consultants of Austin is closely monitoring information about the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, from the Centers for Disease Control and other credible medical sources. We know how important it is for your child to see his or her neurologist or rheumatologist. Our providers are continuing to see patients at the CNCA Cedar