In order to reduce the risk of spread for coronavirus COVID-19,
The Rubin Center for Autism and Developmental Pediatrics is only conducting contact-free, virtual visits with
from the comfort and security of your home via interactive video visits through HIPAA-compliant, telemedicine.
PRACTICE & PREVENTION DURING THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
We are all concerned and worried about the COVID-19 Coronavirus in our area, in our country and around the world, and would like to be safe and healthy.
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PROMOTING CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND SUCCESS
"A child does not live in isolation and, often, the long-term difficulties that children face require a thoughtful, comprehensive, coordinated and continuous approach that is family centered and community based."
- I. Leslie Rubin, MD.
The RUBIN CENTER FOR AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL PEDIATRICS is a private practice for children and adults with autism and other developmental conditions.
The philosophy of the practice is holistic, interdisciplinary and personalized, providing consultation, evaluation, monitoring, management, coordination and treatment for the child in the context of the family and the community.
We provide evaluations of infants and children to improve understanding of their development and behavior to determine what they need in order to make sure they will reach their full potential and become successful socially and academically. We continue to see the children on a regular basis and provide guidance and assistance where and when necessary.
Most importantly, we like to watch them grow, develop and make progress.
Parents who have concerns about their child's development, learning or behavior
Infants and children who have a delay in speech development with unusual patterns of behavior where the diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Condition is considered
Infants born extremely premature who have recovered from their medical problems and now questions of development and learning emerge
Infants and children who have congenital anomalies or 'syndromes' and may not be developing as well as their siblings or peers
Children with complex medical and developmental problems who need coordination of care
School age children who are having difficulties with learning or behavior
If you are a concerned parent and you would like to discuss yours concerns about your child's
development, behavior, learning style, or you have a child who has a diagnosed with a developmental disability and would like to have a second opinion, please feel free to contact us
Is your child exhibiting characteristics of Autism?
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