Office Hours

Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm
Saturday 9am – 12pm

Location

94 Olean St., Ste. 210
East Aurora, NY 14052

Call Us

(716) 652-0237

Patient Resources

24-Hour Crisis Hotline

Hotline counselors provide crisis counseling, suicide prevention, support, information and referral. You can learn more at CrisisServices.org.

Poison Control Center

Poison control centers offer free, confidential, expert medical advice 24/7 through the Poison Help Line and their online interactive tool, PoisonHelp.org.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The CDC provides a wealth of information on travel (.e.g., “Vaccine Recommendations for Traveling Infants & Children Less than 2 Years of Age”), disease prevention protocols, vaccination, guidelines, publications that include MMWR details of public health initiatives, health statistics, epidemiological surveillance projects, and the online handbook The ABC’s of Safe and Healthy Child Care.

HealthyChildren.org

the only parenting website backed by 67‚Äč,000 pediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. Provides information from general child health to more-specific parenting issues.

24-Hour Addiction Hotline

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, this hotline can help any time, any day. Learn more at HopeOnTheHorizon.org.

Spectrum Cares Youth Hotline

Provides around-the-clock support and services to all youth under the age of 18. Learn more about Spectrum C.A.R.E.S for Youth.

ADHD: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

All kids struggle to pay attention, listen and follow instruction, sit still or wait their turn. For kids with ADHD, the struggles are harder and happen more often.

Evaluation Process for ADHD: if you have concerns your child may have signs/symptoms of ADHD, ask his/her teacher to set up a school psychological exam through the school district OR have your child evaluated privately by a neuropsychologist or psychiatrist. Please call our office for a list of providers. Once diagnosed, we can help with the care and management of the child, coordinating treatment with specialists as needed.

Healthcare Information for
Teen Boys and Young Men

Healthcare Information for
Teen Girls and Young Women

Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen Dosage Charts

  • Always read and follow the medicine label of the specific medicine you’re using.
  • You can learn more about dosing by checking informative sources like the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
  • Reread the directions before every dose; don’t try to rely on memory. As children grow, their doses change over time.
  • Use the dosing device that came with the medicine. Kitchen teaspoons or other tableware will not provide the right dose.
  • Wait the correct amount of time between doses. Giving another dose too soon could lead to serious side effects.
  • Write down all doses given and use a medicine tracker. Share this with your child’s other caregivers so on one repeats a dose or re-doses.

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