The Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) program has been developed by leading physicians, scientists, researchers and experts in the area of pediatric special needs, environmental medicine, GI issues, pediatrics, neurological disorders, genetics, nutrition and mitochondrial dysfunction, as well as other related fields.
Answering the call of both parents seeking qualified genetics care for their special needs children and doctors seeking further education in the field, they have come together to provide comprehensive education and fellowship of medical professionals for the treatment of children with Neuro-developemental disorders and related chronic complex conditions associated with autism spectrum disorders.
They are a group of professionals who offer a Comprehensive Education & Fellowship to Medical Professionals for the care of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and related chronic complex conditions.
The rapidly increasing scientific evidence-based material that supports the medical treatment of autism spectrum related medical disorders is evolving and passed on to practitioners in a systematic, in-depth course of study, in order to have the greatest impact on this medically complex pediatric population.
The first of its kind, the Fellowship Program at Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) is a systematic pediatric CME program designed to prepare a medical professional to deliver the best possible care to children in distress. Under the guidance of Daniel Rossignol MD FAAFP, this scientific evidence-based course of study has been uniquely designed by clinicians, for clinicians.
Parents are searching for qualified practitioners who can help their children reach their full potential. Clinicians are searching for solid, evidence-based education that will best prepare them to help their special needs patients. When searching through the complexities of these neuro-developmental disorders, MAPS helps provide direction.
Information provided from the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs website. To learn more please visit www.medmaps.org.