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Let’s Stop Fixing Disabilities And Start Appreciating Differences

Read insightful and timely articles by Dr. Ronit Molko on a wide range of behavioral health topics.

Healthcare Services Present and Future
July 30

Healthcare Services Present and Future

Covid-19 is understandably viewed as a crisis in the U.S., with a death toll topping 100,000 amid an economic shutdown that catapulted the nation into an instant recession. Nearly every sector of the economy has been broadsided by its effects. Rippling beneath the surface have been pockets of technological advance and investment opportunities, perhaps nowhere …
Latin American Doctor Checking Patient Infected Of Covid-19 At H
June 30

Home Healthcare & COVID-19

Covid-19 has upended life globally, but perhaps no more than for the elderly, children and disabled individuals receiving health care services in their homes, and for the caregivers themselves. Ten million Americans rely on home health services for such disparate health needs as speech therapy, autism services, wound care and personal hygiene. For those over …
Coping-with-Stress-in-Unprecedented-Times-Part-2
June 30

Coping with Stress in Unprecedented Times Part 2

In my previous post, I explored the tumult of unusual activity flowing into and out of our brains as a result of the novel Coronavirus and the worldwide response to it. The threat to lives and livelihoods, the near-total curtailment of social interaction and the departure from normalcy – all of these taken together are …
Hypochondriac Concept Disease Panic Of Outbreak Anxiety And Hypo
May 30

Coping with Stress in Unprecedented Times- Part 1

By Ronit Molko, Ph.D., BCBA-D Pity your brain. This unprecedented epoch we are experiencing is playing havoc with our most vital organ, the one that is designed to act as the air traffic controller of our bodies during the impenetrable fog of a lockdown. Our brain through our nervous system is constantly evaluating and detecting …