Anna Shaw Children’s Institute
Anna Shaw Children’s Institute’s Preschool ADHD/Behavior Clinic is designed specifically for children who are 3 to 6 years old. Our team of professionals provides care for children and supports parents. Together, we develop strategies to help your child work through common struggles like inattention, impulsivity, hyperactivity, and oppositional behavior.
We follow the clinical practice guidelines for the Diagnosis, Evaluation, and Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents from the American Academy of Pediatrics
Does your child exhibit challenging behaviors?
• Why won’t my child listen to me?
• Why won’t my child sit still?
• Why is my child angry with me?
• Can anything be done about my child’s behavior?
• Am I a bad parent?
According to the Centers for Disease Control, one out of five children experiences behavior issues.
We have answers.
You aren’t alone.
Your Child’s Specific Situation
The first step is to schedule an assessment by one of our developmental pediatricians. She will explore your child’s language skills, behaviors, sleep patterns, and overall development. Then, together, you and our team will develop a plan to help you and your child succeed.
Please call 706.226.8900 to learn more.
Physical, Speech, and Occupational Therapy
If needed, we can provide referrals for physical therapy, speech therapy, or occupational therapy. All of these services are available inside Anna Shaw Children’s Institute.
Individual and Family Therapy
Our goal is to help families achieve happy, healthy lives. Our child psychologists provide evidence-based services, strategies, and support to children and parents through Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT).
Our free Classes to Help Advise and Motivate Parents (CHAMP) are held at Anna Shaw Children’s Institute on the first Tuesday of each month. Free childcare is available for the first 10 families who RSVP and request childcare.
Our Parent Resource Library is available for your use. It is full of useful books and fun, educational games.
One-to-One Support for Educational Needs Our Educational Resource Coordinator helps to facilitate school referrals. She also assists with individual education plans (IEPs), and if you desire, she can help communicate with your child’s school.
Our Resource Coordinator has information
about parenting styles, positive discipline, and community resources.