1.Consultation 2.Referral 3.TelePractice

Action Plans

PediaSource experts help parents create action plans and create personalized and effective treatment plans.

Continuous Support

We continue to make sure treatment with our experts go as planned. You can contact our support team with any questions.

Referrals as Needed

Parents have access to any PediaSource expert, and their child can be treated by multiple specialists if needed.

Immediate Next Steps

Within 2 days of completing our matching form, parents receive their scheduled consult. Booking a session takes seconds.

For Parents and Caregivers of:


Complete Matching Form

Our matching form asks for your Concerns, Questions, & Availability

Match Connection

Match with an expert specifically for your needs. Receive your session time, and secure tele-session link via email.

Meet with Specialist

Discuss concerns with your specialist, plan next steps or begin telesession with your child



Child Psychologists deal with a variety of mental health problems. Experts help children understand their feelings, take care of problems, and cope with difficult situations.

Problems and conditions associated with Child Psychology include but are not limited to:

  • Autism, and other developmental disorders (ADHD)
  • Eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and stress eating
  • Mood problems such as depression, bipolar, and anger management, and
  • Coping with grief

Lactation Consultants on PediaSource help mothers experiencing breastfeeding problems. Our consultants help mothers who want to meet their breastfeeding goals and return to work. They're familiar with breastfeeding equipment, like breast pumps, and give moms tips on how to safely store breast milk.

Difficulties associated with breastfeeding include:

  • Latching difficulties
  • Painful nursing
  • Low milk production, and
  • Babies who aren't gaining enough weight



Learning Specialists on PediaSource identify research-based therapies that will benefit the student’s unique learning capabilities. Not only do our experts help with school work, they teach habits that will help them get the most out of any learning environment. Conditions associated with learning specialists include but are not limited to:

  • Autism, and other developmental disorders
  • ADHD
  • Dyslexia
  • Behavioral problems
  • Inability to problem solve, and
  • Trouble with organization and executive functioning

Occupational Therapists on PediaSource help children with physical, sensory, or cognitive disabilities so they can be as independent as possible in all aspects of their daily lives. Conditions associated with Occupational Therapy include but are not limited to:

  • Autism/pervasive developmental disorders
  • Birth injuries or birth defects
  • Sensory processing disorders, and
  • Tolerating activities of daily living (ADLS): bathing, showering, toileting and toilet hygiene, dressing, swallowing/eating, feeding, functional mobility, personal hygiene and grooming



Potty Specialists on PediaSource support parents through all steps of basic potty training, ensuring a positive transition from diapers to toilet use.

Potty Training consultants address many concerns including:

  • Toilet training
  • Accidents in school
  • Accidents during sleep, and
  • Withholding stool

Sleep Coaches on PediaSource assist parents in teaching their children to  fall asleep independent-, a key to day and night sleep consolidation.

Typical conditions a Sleep Coach may treat include:

  • Optimal sleep environment
  • Age appropriate sleep schedules
  • Strategies for self-soothing



Speech Language Pathologists deal with a wide range of communication, swallowing, feeding disorders. Conditions associated with Speech Therapy include but are not limited to:

  • Autism/pervasive developmental disorders
  • Fluency disorders, including stuttering
  • Fre-literacy and literacy skills including phonological awareness, decoding, reading comprehension and writing.
  • Articulation, phonology and motor speech disorders

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