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Light It Up Blue on April 2!

The ninth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2017. Every year, Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics joins other autism organizations around the world in helping to increase awareness of autism and of how we can help children achieve success through change provided by our highly educated and experienced therapists. In some of the latest news […]


Annual Art Exhibition supports Mainspring Academy’s students

Mainspring Academy will hold its 2nd Annual Art Exhibition & Reception at MOCA Jacksonville on Saturday, April 1, 7 – 11 p.m., at Jacksonville’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA).  Guests will enjoy an evening reception catered by Cafe Nola and have the opportunity to purchase unique art created by Mainspring Academy’s students.  All funds raised […]


Keystone offers ABA services on Florida’s Emerald Coast

Keystone recently announced that ABA services are available to the Emerald Coast. The mission of Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics – Emerald Coast is to provide Okaloosa and neighboring counties with the same standard of excellence which has been established by KPB in the Jacksonville area.  Presently, behavior therapists are offering ABA services in Emerald Coast homes, […]


Speech-Language Department in Top 14 Best in Jacksonville

Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics’ Speech/Language Department has been selected as one of the top 14 best in Jacksonville by Expertise. Out of the 210 speech pathologists reviewed, 131 were curated and only 14 selected as top picks for 2017. Speech/language therapy is designed to treat speech, language, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders in individuals up to age […]


Teaching Tips Are Applicable for Every Caregiver

All caregivers are teachers regardless of whether they are teaching academics in a classroom or raising a child at home. Parents and caregivers in a home setting teach kids all kinds of things about life – how to clean up after themselves, how to stay safe, how to treat others, how to approach the world, […]


February Recognizes Important Role of School Counselors

This year’s national theme, “School Counseling: Helping Students Realize Their Potential,” focuses our attention on the special contribution that school counselors make within our school systems. It recognizes the important role that school counselors can have in helping students achieve school success and plan for the rest of their lives. Keystone offers resources and training […]


Educational & Learning Clinic Identifies Challenges, Reduces Stress

At Keystone, our providers are skilled in assessing and working with a wide range of student needs that include learning challenges, such as learning disabilities, dyslexia and other contributing issues, and giftedness, which can result in children struggling socially and/or emotionally Common diagnoses include: Learning Challenges: If your child is struggling academically, a learning disability […]


Promote Children’s Social Skills and Expressions of Gratitude during the Holidays

By Andrew Scherbarth, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Clinical Child Psychologist While for many of us the holidays have religious meaning, they also have social meaning. Including everyone in activities, helping, sharing and thankfulness—all of these are useful around the holiday season regardless of whether we are just at home or surrounded by extended family. To help kids develop […]


Aggression, Tantrums and Refusal—Annoying and Frustrating but Treatable

The trifecta of terrible problem behavior in children is physical or verbal aggression, with tantrums and refusal to follow instructions. These symptoms are often consistent with the diagnosis of Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). It is very annoying and frustrating for parents and peers—to say the least. Parents often try their best to manage it—including seeking […]


Keystone Provides Medication Management

When needed, we can prescribe and monitor the medications recommended for your child, while also making sure that they are effective and interacting with other medications safely. Tammy Tran, M.D., Keystone’s medical director, works as part of our team of providers to develop a group plan for each child to assist families and primary care […]


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