We interviewed Mark Freilich MD about perspectives about autism and ADHD from a developmental pediatrician. You can view the replay below; please note that you will be asked to enter your email address to continue viewing after 30 minutes.
A parent may consider having a developmental pediatrician conduct an evaluation if their child exhibits any of the following symptoms:
Dr. Mark believes that each child develops and learns in his/her own unique and individual manner. He knows that differences in development and learning may interfere with skill development, social adjustment, academic productivity and behavior. Because he believes that the exclusive reliance on standardized test scores as a sole means of understanding a child’s difficulties is insufficient, he undertakes a thorough evaluation of a child that includes interactions with each person involved in the child’s life.
About Mark Freilich MD
Mark Freilich MD is a pediatric specialist in New York, NY and has over 35 years of experience in the medical field. He is the founder and medical director of Total Kids Developmental Pediatric Resources, which provides a holistic, dynamic and integrated approach to evaluation and management of children with differences and variations in development and learning.
The Total Kids approach takes into account every child’s and family’s unique and individual areas of strengths and needs. This approach is not limited to an office-based evaluation. It involves observation in venues where the child actually functions on a day to day basis.
Dr. Freilich graduated from Ross University School of Medicine medical school in 1985. You can find out more about him and his practice at his website www.totalkidsny.com
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