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ME Behavioral HC
An integrated network of mental health treatment providers committed to transforming the delivery of mental health care in Maine.
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ME Behavioral HC May 1
Thank you Solo Italiano for the generous donation of over 70 individual Lobster Lasagnas for our care team at Spring Harbor Hospital. What a wonderful treat! 🦞❤️
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 23
Those smiles say it all! Our CADD clinical team regularly meet to discuss student's progress & adjust plans for remote learning. We're grateful for their innovation during this time. Learn more about CADD at .
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 17
Our friends put together some great ways to keep physical activity part of the daily routine. A nature scavenger hunt sounds great to us (and could maybe double for schooling🤔). Who’s in? 🌿🌻🚶‍♀️🚶‍♂️
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 15
Dr. Siegel was panelist for webinar "Preventing and Managing Sever Autism Behaviors at Home," focused on strategies for families living w/ challenging autism behaviors during coronavirus crisis.
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 13
Our own Dr. Sally Ann Cooper, a child and adolescent psychiatrist, talked with at the about the long term effects the isolation may have on children and teens.
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 10
Many of us are feeling increased anxiety due 2social distancing & schedule chng. has created a guide 2help mng mental health, create routines, learn how 2socialize remotely & so much more!
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 7
Replying to @MaineBehc
• Reward flexibility • Include a calm down or decompression routine (2/2)
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 7
COVID-19 has caused drastic, unplanned chgs to daily routines. recommends 5 ways to help: • Allot xtra time daily to accommodate chgs • Use time tables, clocks & charts to explain time chgs & when they occur • Make small chgs to avoid feeling overwhelmed (1/2)
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 2
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we invite you to join in by adding positive notes, photos and videos.
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 2
These past few weeks, our hearts have been warmed by the messages of support from the members of our community. Sidewalks have been chalked, flowers left nearby, and handwritten notes taped up to signs. We are sharing some of these good wishes here: and…
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 1
Replying to @MaineBehc
(3/3) This will give us improved practices and access for patients for years to come.” As we move through the month, we will share information aimed at helping you navigate this uncertain time.
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 1
Replying to @MaineBehc
(2/3) “As you look at changes, there is amazing innovation occurring w/our staff to provide services & keep patients stable & functioning. CADD staff swiftly transitioned to deliver early intervention services & preschool remotely to our patient’s homes.
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ME Behavioral HC Apr 1
(1/3) April is . While we are in the midst of unprecedented times, we’d like to share some words of encouragement from our Vice President for Medical Affairs, Developmental Disorders Service Dr. Matthew Siegel:
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ME Behavioral HC Mar 30
On National Doctor's Day, we extend a special thank you to our dedicated team of doctors, and our entire care team, for the incredible work they are doing day-in and day-out.
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ME Behavioral HC Mar 26
Join our Dr. Siegel for this informative FREE webinar today at 3:30 pm EST with . Dr. Siegel will share advice on managing challenges for kids w/autism at home during the pandemic.
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Maine Calling Mar 24
After Maine Public airs today's briefing with and at about 2 pm, Maine Calling will resume with a show about dealing with , approximately 3-4 pm (or earlier).
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ME Behavioral HC Mar 24
Listen to today from 1- 3 pm as our own Steve Stout and Rebecca Hoffman Frances discuss health care repercussions and how to deal with anxiety during this unprecedented time.
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ME Behavioral HC Mar 23
Thank you of the . We are committed to providing the best possible care during this unprecedented time.
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ME Behavioral HC Mar 18
Rebecca Hoffman Francis, our senior director of clinical innovation and training, sat down yesterday with 's Shannon Moss to talk about ways to support children during this unprecedented time. Check it out:
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ME Behavioral HC Mar 13
Every person you meet is a new opportunity to get creative with your greetings - have you tried the Spock, foot bump, or corona shake? It's OK to just say hey! 🤙
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