If you or anybody in your household has traveled out of state or by plane in the last 14 days, your visit will need to be done either virtually via a telehealth visit (followed by a brief in person physical once your 14 day quarantine period is over) or rescheduled.                                                                                                                 A negative COVID test within the 14 days will not exempt you from this rule.  Clickhere for Travel Update 

Please contact the office prior to your appointment if you or your child has ANY of the following symptoms:   runny nose, congestion, sore throat, fever, cough, shortness of breath, vomiting or diarrhea, or loss of taste or smell.  

Only ONE caregiver will be allowed to attend an in person visit for children older than 2 months--other caregivers are welcome to video in.  

COVID Testing:  We are able to refer for testing at select pediatric sites for symptomatic patients but there can be fluctuating delay in receiving an appointment/results.  Click here for other COVID-19 testing resources.

Influenza vaccines are still available.  Please contact our office to schedule ASAP.  

Separation Anxiety—Behavioral Issues in Child Care and Schools

Separation Anxiety—Behavioral Issues in Child Care and Schools

Separation anxiety is the distress that children show when being separated from their primary caregivers. It appears around 7 to 9 months of age in most children and can persist over time for children who tend to be shyer or less adaptable to new routines. In typical development, children can easily (within days or weeks) become comfortable with a safe separation, such as going into a quality child care setting. Separation anxiety disorder (SAD) is an excessive and developmentally inappropriate fear about separation from important caregivers.
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