Mental Health Resources for My Practice
Community Service Boards: A Guide for Pediatric Providers.
This new version reflects changes that some CSBs have recently made including consolidations, name changes and or areas they serve. There are now 22 Community Service Boards (CSBs) across Georgia and their mission remains the same with providing services in mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and addictive diseases to the needs of individuals and families served. You can contact the Chapter’s Behavioral Health Coordinator, Hannah Smith at email@example.com for a physical copy of the revised guide.
General Screening Tools
This website is designed for both providers and families for ADHD. It has resources including information on diagnosis and meds, toolkits, webinars. It also has resources for families for coping with ADHD at home, including strategies for different ages and different settings. The site also addresses some related/comorbid disorders. The site has a very user-friendly format, similar to online articles or blogs.
CHADD is an organization that provides education, advocacy, and support for professionals and individuals with ADHD and their families.
A table with helpful psychosocial interventions for ADHD including accommodations which may be helpful at home and school.
A coloring and activity book for kids ages 8-12.
M-CHAT-R (Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers, Revised)
Childhood Autism Spectrum Test for ages 4-11 years
Autism Quotient for ages 12-15 years
Guidelines for Adolescent Depression in Primary Care (GLAD – PC)
This brochure provides information about depression including the different types of depression, signs and symptoms, how it is diagnosed, treatment options, and how to find help.