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How might a Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician (DB Peds) help you care for your child diagnosed with ADHD? If you have concerns about other conditions that may be influencing your child's ADHD, then this webcast is one you won't want to miss.
DB Peds are pediatricians with special training in diagnosing and treating developmental and behavioral disorders including ADHD and other conditions that can occur with it, such as:
- learning disabilities
- Autism spectrum disorders
- oppositional defiance disorder
- sleep disorders
- Tourette syndrome
Dr. Tanya Froehlich is a developmental-behavioral pediatrician who cares for school age children with learning and behavioral issues. She is also an accomplished researcher and Associate Professor at the University Of Cincinnati Department Of Pediatrics. Her research has a special focus on ADHD, particularly the causes, treatment and public health impact of the disorder.
These recent webinar recordings are available to the public.
See our Chat Schedule for information on upcoming chats for 2014.
See our Webinar Archive for older Ask the Expert recordings.NRC Library now has over 7,000 records! Search for books, scientific articles and other materials -- all on ADHD!
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