We have been on a year-long journey to create a welcoming space to serve our families, and the time has finally come to prepare for the move! Starting Monday, April 29, you will find us at our NEW LOCATION: 4530 Northern Sky Drive, Bismarck.
At Pediatric Partners, we are continually hosting presentations, trainings and participating in community events to stay up-to-date on the most relevant tools, information and celebrations for our industry. Most activities are open to the public; we would love to meet you there!
For the month of April, our team is encouraging children to identify an area of focus: Mindfulness, Positive Thinking and Daily Routines and celebrating Making the Impossible, Possible!
Join our team of Pediatric Mental Health Specialists for a day filled with engaging conversation focused on our children’s mental health. We will share from our experience, how we all are part of your child’s team, and how we can best support the unique needs along your child’s journey. This event has been postponed to a later date – we apologize for any inconvenience.
Pediatric Partners is excited to announce the addition of Dr. Katie Nylander, Clinical Psychologist, to their growing team of pediatric professionals and the expanding office space at the Pediatric Partners Neurobehavioral Health Clinic.
If you are interested in an opportunity to build a relationship with families, where your work helps to change the life of a child, we would love to hear from you as we are adding an Early Interventionist position to our team of pediatric professionals.
Fargo Neurobehavioral Health Speech-Language Pathologist, Danielle Olson, attends Camp Maverick: Literacy Practices in Action in Mankato.
Bismarck Occupational Therapists Krista Bouley, Katie Thorson, Alexandra Winters and Julie Dinius attend “Sensory Savvy Kids” in Sioux Falls.
Bismark Speech-Language Pathologist Hannah McDonald attended “The Professional Course on the Greenspan Floortime Approach” online.
Neurobehavioral Health Occupational Therapist Sarah Nelson attended a talk on “High-Functioning Autism” in Fargo.