Everyone entering the office will be screened for symptoms and their temperature checked. If you have respiratory or other illness symptoms please reschedule.
Only one person may join the patient into the office. For minors, both parents may accompany them.
We are sorry, but at this time we cannot make exceptions for other siblings to be in the waiting room.
If anyone else should join Dr. Rush for the initial interview or for the closing findings and recommendations then they may do so via telemedicine.
While in the waiting room everyone must wear a mask. Out of respect for our other patients, we cannot make exceptions.
It simply isn’t possible to do a good assessment without seeing the patient’s face. If this makes you uncomfortable that’s completely understandable. In that case please schedule a telemedicine interview, then the face-to-face testing portion can be completed at a later date when masks are no longer necessary.
Shana Rush, PhD, CCC-SLP was trained as a Speech Language Pathologist at the University of Central Florida. In her early career she specialized in the treatment of children with autistic spectrum disorders.
She later earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology/AIU. She completed a residency in Clinical Neuropsychology at North Shore Children's Hospital in Boston, MA and a fellowship in Pediatric Neuropsychology at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital.
She has twenty years of clinical experience with cognitive, behavioral, and communications disorders.
Dr Rush has co-authored two books: The Source for Traumatic Brain Injury in Children & Adolescents (ISBN-13: 978-0760607466) and The Source for PDD: Assessment and Intervention (ISBN-13: 978-0760603789).
Rush Pediatric Neuropsychology shares an office with Grand River Rehabilitation. We are therefore also able to offer comprehensive medical management for children with cognitive disabilities and developmental disorders.
Board Certified in:
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (ABPMR)
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine (ABPMR)
Pain Medicine (ABPM)