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Each month Your Child’s Brain will bring together experts in child brain health, including researchers, educators, physicians and therapists as well as families to discuss contemporary topics about child and youth brain health and development.

Your Child's Brain is produced by Kennedy Krieger Institute with assistance from WYPR.

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Each month Your Child’s Brain will bring together experts in child brain health, including researchers, educators, physicians and therapists as well as families to discuss contemporary topics about child and youth brain health and development.

Your Child's Brain is produced by Kennedy Krieger Institute with assistance from WYPR.

    Functional Neurological Disorders (FND)

    Functional Neurological Disorders (FND)

    On this month’s episode, we are going to discuss Functional Neurological Disorders or FND.  Patients with this disorder are often stigmatized and, unfortunately, criticized for seemingly faking a disorder.  The reality is that the symptoms of functional neurological disorders are real, can cause significant morbidity, but, thankfully, can most often be remedied by prompt identification, education, and appropriate treatment. Kennedy Krieger president and CEO, Dr. Brad Schlaggar is joined by Dr. Souraya Torbey, a child and adolescent psychiatrist in the Center for Developmental Behavioral Health and the director of the FND Clinic at Kennedy Krieger and Dr. Caitlin Thompson is a staff clinical psychologist in the FND Clinic.  They are also joined by a parent of a child diagnosed with FND. Together the group will delve into FND and its impact not only on the individual but the entire family system.
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    Navigating Childhood: Insights into Challenging Behaviors and Family Dynamic

    Navigating Childhood: Insights into Challenging Behaviors and Family Dynamic

    May is Children’s Mental Health Awareness month and as part of that recognition, join Dr. Brad Schlaggar, president and CEO of Kennedy Krieger and his guest Dr. Matt Edelstein, director of the Brief Treatment Clinic at the Institute, as they discuss challenging behaviors in children and how those behaviors can have a cascading impact at multiple levels of a family system.

    For the child, such behaviors can impede social, emotional, and academic functioning. For caregivers, they can influence stress, mood, feelings of confidence, and even undermine a sense of parental competence. Aggressive behaviors can cause injury.

    Finally, for the family as a whole, challenging behaviors can tax relationships and have negative repercussions both within and beyond the walls of the household.
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    Inside the Mind: Anxiety and Autism

    Inside the Mind: Anxiety and Autism

    April is known internationally as Autism Acceptance Month. As part of that recognition, join Dr. Brad Schlaggar, president and CEO of Kennedy Krieger and his guests Drs. Amy Keefer and Roma Vasa from the Center for Autism, Services, Science and Innovation, to discuss the anxiety disorders common in individuals with autism and discuss why this population may be particularly vulnerable to the comorbid symptoms of anxiety, as well as treatment options and research being done in this field.
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    Sleep Disorders in Children

    Sleep Disorders in Children

    On this month’s episode Kennedy Krieger President and CEO, Dr. Brad Schlaggar is joined by Dr. Janet Lam, a pediatric neurologist and an expert in sleep medicine and the director of the Sleep Disorders Clinic and Laboratory at Kennedy Krieger. The two will delve into sleep disorders in children, especially for those with neurodevelopmental conditions. 

    Resources

    Kennedy Krieger Sleep Disorders Clinic and Lab

    About Sleep Disorders

    National Sleep Foundation
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    What does it mean to have a rare disease?

    What does it mean to have a rare disease?

    There are over 7000 identified rare diseases that impact over 300 million people worldwide. And a disproportionate number of those rare diseases affect the developing brain and nervous system. Having any given rare disease is indeed rare. But having a rare disease is, in fact common. February, is rare disease awareness month and the last day of February is recognized internationally as Rare Disease Day.  For this month’s episode, Dr. Brad Schlaggar, pediatric neurologist, and president and CEO of Kennedy Krieger Institute is joined by Dr. Anne Comi, a pediatric neurologist, to discuss a specific rare disease and some potentially very promising progress in its treatment. Additionally, we will hear from Megan Lewis, mother of Tucker, who shares some insights of their journey with a rare disease. 
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    Unlocking the power of early childhood education: Its impact on lifelong development

    Unlocking the power of early childhood education: Its impact on lifelong development

    We’ve known for some time now that the first years of a child’s life constitute a very important period for the development of that child’s brain. Because the brain is responsible for cognition, language, movement, emotion, self-regulation, and essentially every aspect of human behavior, it stands to reason that optimizing those first few years can have a significant impact on the rest of that child’s life.

    In this episode, Kennedy Krieger CEO and President Brad Schlaggar will be joined by colleagues Marcella Franczkowski, Assistant VP, and Executive Director of PACT, Sharon Holloway-Gentemann, the Director of PACT World of Care, Dr. Jackie Stone, Chief Clinical Officer as well as Sarah Monaghan, a parent of a graduate of PACT. The discussion focuses on how early childhood programs help optimize developmental outcomes, and will also look at some of the challenges faced by these programs and why such programs are so worthy of enhanced societal investment.

     

    Resources to visit:

    Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children www.dec-sped.org

    National Association for the Education of Young Children

    Developmental Milestones Checklist and Family Guidance from Early Head Start

    NAEYC – Questions to Ask Your Child Care – checklist

    National Association for the Education of Young Children - Readiness: Not a State of Knowledge, but a State of Mind

    Children's Defense Fund-State of America's Children 2023--Early Education

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Public and Private Preschool Enrollment From 2019-2021 at Its Lowest Since 2005*

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Fast Facts: Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences*

    Kaiser Family Foundation: Disparities in Health and Health Care: 5 Key Questions and Answers*
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