I am the only Board Certified Developmental- Behavioral Pediatrician practicing in private practice in Metro Atlanta. I am well trained in caring for individuals on the autism spectrum, as well as those with co-morbid ADHD and learning and emotional issues. I am well trained in psycho-pharmacology as well in treating those conditions.
:I have been privileged to see children from the entire state of GA. – from pre-term babies into adulthood, any individual with developmental issues, including, motor disorders, cerebral palsy, autism, language and communication disorders, dyslexia and learning disabilities, ADHD, Oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, emotional-behavioral issues, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, genetic disorders, Fragile X, trisomy 21 and other genetic and metabolic disorders, and cognitive impairment.
, I see a wide range of children with diverse areas of disabilities and abilities. We offer a comprehensive intake and assessment with hands on testing to uncover the source of the child’s issues and then offer a comprehensive plan (verbally and in writing) to address the issues in a pragmatic and straightforward fashion. Parents have that report to take to the school systems to assist in IEP planning to obtain the appropriate services for their child. I often communicate directly with schools at the parents’ request to ensure the child’s special needs are being served in the least restrictive environment. We help the families navigate the system from pre- school through school to college and adulthood.
Dr. Weintraub is passionate about what he does to assist children and their families. I have practiced in Metro Atlanta for 31+ years. I teach the pediatric residents at Emory School of Medicine about development and am adjunct faculty there.
Because of the comprehensive nature of our practice we are fee for service. Because we know that can sometimes be a hardship, our office manager works with families to establish a payment plan as necessary. We also have limited scholarships available to those who qualify.