Parents if you have an upcoming appointment in our office for your child and your child over the age of 2 is NOT accustomed to wearing a mask, please call our office prior to your visit to discuss how we will need to do the check in process for your family.


Welcome!


CapitalCare Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics is devoted to the special care of children with developmental disabilities. We offer high level clinical diagnostic services to help parents gain the knowledge and capability to care for their children. Our core services consist of diagnostic and consultative medical service from experienced clinicians. Our staff is comprised of experienced developmental pediatricians, a pediatric neurologist, a physician assistant, a nurse practitioner and a masters-level testing specialist. We also have excellent nurse clinicians who are specially trained and highly experienced in working with children and families of special need.


Guidance for Parents and Caregivers on Return to School for Children with Special Needs

On August 19, the Nurse Practitioners at our practice held an online meeting to help parents and caregivers of children with special needs navigate the complexities of decision making surrounding the return to school. You can view the recorded session, the PowerPoint presentation and Questions and Answers from the meeting below.

Presentation from WebEx-Guidance for Parents and Caregivers on Return to School for Children with Special Needs
Q and A from Guidance for Parents on Return to School for Children with Special Needs




Hours


Monday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Phone Hours Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Please call our office first before coming in if you are ill to avoid the potential of unnecessarily exposing other patients and our staff to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). While we don’t currently offer walk-in hours, our practitioners are easily accessible to care for you in multiple ways, including over the phone, using a video visit (telemedicine), or in the office while following strict infection control procedures to keep you safe. Whatever your need, you should call our office and our team will determine the best way to care for you.

Telemedicine is a great alternative to coming into the office. It allows your practitioner at our office to see you face-to-face while you remain safely at home. The process is simple. You don’t need any apps, software, or accounts. All you need is a smartphone, tablet, or computer, and a reliable connection (wi-fi or cellular). Just click the link we send to you and, when prompted, enable your camera and microphone. Due to these challenging times with the COVID crisis, there’s no fee for your telehealth visit for the vast majority of patients, and your visit is documented in your medical record. Make sure to call our office for any routine visit or problem you may have so we can maintain your continuity of care. We don’t know exactly when this crisis will end, so we want to be sure you receive the care you need now.