Given the current COVID-19 surge, please note the following:
Please wear a medical/surgical mask or KN95 if your child's visit will take place in the office. No cloth masks, please.
We will move your visit to a new date (within 6 weeks) if anyone in your household
has ANY COVID-19 symptoms or
has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days
Even with a negative test, we ask you not to come to our office with any symptoms, in order to maximize our ability to continue providing care. Please contact us with any questions.
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.
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