“It was awesome. It saves us from having to take time off work and having to travel,” said Nicole Gantz, whose 8-year-old son Joshua has Down syndrome and an attention disorder.
Nicole and Joshua visited with Maria Stanley, a developmental behavioral pediatrician in the Waisman Clinics, using telehealth – a remote and interactive way to administer healthcare services. The visit took place by video, reducing potential spread of the coronavirus and sparing their family an 180-mile round trip from Iowa.
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