Siskin Children’s Institute hosted a ribbon-cutting event at its new Nashville office. Derek Bullard, president and CEO, Siskin Children’s Institute, welcomed friends of the Institute, board of directors, special guests, and staff to the event at the TriStar Centennial Medical Center, officially opening the doors of the Nashville office.
Led by Dr. James Van Decar, a neurodevelopmental pediatrician with more than 30 years of experience serving children with developmental disabilities, the Center uses an interdisciplinary approach to early identification and intervention for neurodevelopmental concerns and works collaboratively with families to support the unique needs of each child.
“In our focus on increasing access to care for families, expanding services outside of the Chattanooga region is key,” said Mr. Bullard. “Our team of medical and behavioral professionals are excited to serve families in the Nashville region.”
The new Nashville office is in the Medical Plaza at 2201 Murphy Ave., Suite 306.
Siskin Children’s Institute of Nashville will offer early identification and intervention services for neurodevelopmental concerns led by Dr. Van Decar and applied behavior analysis therapy led by Tina Patterson, BCBA, for children diagnosed with Autism.
For more information about the Siskin Children’s Institute, visit siskin.org or call 648-1706.