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Thursday, March 25th – 12:00pm to 12:45pm

The number of children diagnosed with challenging behaviors associated with neuropsychiatric diagnoses is on the rise. As such, offices where children are frequently seen for treatment and services need to be prepared for addressing these challenging behaviors.  Physicians’ offices, in particular, will benefit from preparedness planning, training, and management of behavioral outbursts in an office setting to reduce risk and increase treatment outcomes. In this Clinical Connections Presentation, our interdisciplinary care team will review proven strategies related to assessing and reducing challenging behaviors of neurodiverse patients in a primary care office setting. This presentation is designed for all members in a primary care setting including physicians, nurses, medical assistants, and front office staff. 

NeurAbilities Healthcare is the premier provider of neurological, behavioral and neurodevelopmental services in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, offering comfort, hope and answers that transform the lives of individuals of all ages, and their families.

Our Mission

To transform the lives of patients through precision medicine, behavior sciences, and therapeutic treatments with compassion, dignity, and respect.

Our Vision

To provide hope and achieve positive outcomes for those we serve.

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Our Core Values

  • Compassion
  • Collaboration
  • Integrity
  • Excellence
  • Joy
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