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Women's, Children's and Family Health

Neurodevelopmental Outreach Clinics

Neurodevelopmental screenings and diagnoses are delivered by Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Specialists from the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Seattle and the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital.  These specialists offer screenings, evaluations, diagnoses, follow up referrals, recommendations for treatment and care, and information on early intervention and education programs, as needed. Sponsored by the State of Alaska, the providers and their teams travel annually to communities across Alaska. They are able to evaluate children from 12 months to 12 years old, and support local providers in meeting the developmental special health needs of infants and children in rural Alaska. 

Because of COVID-19, and the restrictions on travel and face-to-face visits, the Neurodevelopmental Outreach Clinics will be using telehealth model for the fall of 2020. The appointments will be held using a secure telehealth platform to connect families with the Neurodevelopmental Specialists and Parent Navigator. Families will be provided instructions and guidance will be provided instructions and guidance on how to connect with the platform and how to optimize their neurodevelopmental telehealth appointment and follow-up.

Fall Clinic Dates:

> October 9
> October 16

Contact:

For more information about state-sponsored Neurodevelopmental Outreach Clinics, please contact: 

Wahlira Tandjah, LMSW

Phone  907-264-6281
Fax      800-466-1538

Email  ​​​​​ autism@alaskachd.org​

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