Wearing masks in healthcare facilities remains required by the MA Department of Public Health (for those over 5 years old). Please continue to wear your mask in our office! We understand many of our young patients cannot wear masks; we ask all who can tolerate wearing a mask to do so for in-person visits.
Telehealth visits for therapy, tutoring, and medical visits will continue.
Touchstone is open for in-office neuropsychological testing with Dr. Mauras and Dr. Cook!
What to Expect at Your Office Appointment
with our COVID-19 Precautions
At Touchstone, we provide quality evaluation and committed care for all of your child's developmental needs. Whether you or someone else questions a diagnosis, or if you already have one, our highly experienced clinicians work together to join your journey to promote your child's success.
At Touchstone Neurodevelopmental Center, we care for your child through young adulthood. With visits timed to match your child's needs, we guide you through the educational and health care systems; we anticipate the next steps so you are positioned to proactively advocate for your child's best outcome.
Whether our providers evaluated your child, someone else already has, or if your child has never been diagnosed at all, Touchstone welcomes you.
We Are Here To Help
Touchstone Neurodevelopmental Center is committed to providing high quality care for children and families with learning, developmental, language, and/or social communication differences. Using a team approach, our experienced providers will work with your family from diagnosis through treatment plan to provide continuous support and clarity.
"I can't thank you guys enough.
You have really turned our lives around.
I recommend you to everyone."
- Mom of 2, Winchester MA
“My experience with Alex has only been amazing. She has worked with me longer than any other teacher or tutor and she's helped me more than anyone else. I could have never imagined when I started working with her that I would be at the place I am now….a place where I feel good about myself and my reading.”
- Student, 12th grade