49 min

Dr. David Salsberg, PsyD, DABPS, Clinical Neuropsychologist and Director of Pediatric Assessment, Learning & Support (PALS‪)‬ It's Special

    • Society & Culture

“Sometimes the surprise, which honestly makes me feel really good when I can give them this surprise, is ‘wow I didn’t really know my child was that intelligent or had those strengths because we get caught in some of the issues.’ So that’s the surprise I always like to be able to find is the strengths beneath the disability.”

Host and Special Education Law Attorney Tracey Spencer Walsh speaks with Dr. David Salsberg, PsyD, DABPS, Clinical Neuropsychologist and Director of Pediatric Assessment, Learning & Support (PALS) about the importance of developmental, psychological, and neuropsychological evaluations on children of all ages who may have learning disabilities, attention issues, autism, or even traumatic brain injuries.

Dr. Salsberg was the Associate Director of Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology at NYU Langone Medical Center. And he is Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology at Weill Cornell Medical College in the Department of Neurological Surgery.

Tracey’s entire career has led up to this moment. Bringing her over twenty-five years of expertise in the legal industry to the air waves, Tracey dives deeper into the world of special needs and civil rights law to give parents the relevant and supportive information they crave and need, without having to sift through a mountain of articles or paperwork. It’s about cutting through the constant noise, pulling the most important tidbits out, and absorbing key advice and anecdotes that help you and your child excel on their journey.

For more information about PALS, visit https://nypals.com/. 


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tracey-spencer-walsh/message

“Sometimes the surprise, which honestly makes me feel really good when I can give them this surprise, is ‘wow I didn’t really know my child was that intelligent or had those strengths because we get caught in some of the issues.’ So that’s the surprise I always like to be able to find is the strengths beneath the disability.”

Host and Special Education Law Attorney Tracey Spencer Walsh speaks with Dr. David Salsberg, PsyD, DABPS, Clinical Neuropsychologist and Director of Pediatric Assessment, Learning & Support (PALS) about the importance of developmental, psychological, and neuropsychological evaluations on children of all ages who may have learning disabilities, attention issues, autism, or even traumatic brain injuries.

Dr. Salsberg was the Associate Director of Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology at NYU Langone Medical Center. And he is Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology at Weill Cornell Medical College in the Department of Neurological Surgery.

Tracey’s entire career has led up to this moment. Bringing her over twenty-five years of expertise in the legal industry to the air waves, Tracey dives deeper into the world of special needs and civil rights law to give parents the relevant and supportive information they crave and need, without having to sift through a mountain of articles or paperwork. It’s about cutting through the constant noise, pulling the most important tidbits out, and absorbing key advice and anecdotes that help you and your child excel on their journey.

For more information about PALS, visit https://nypals.com/. 


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tracey-spencer-walsh/message

49 min

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