Child Neurology 101

Child Neurology 101

Living with a Neurologic Disorder

Resources and support from CNF is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your neurologist, physician, or other qualified health provider with any questions about or related to a medical condition. CNF assumes no responsibility for any injury arising out of or related to any use of related information or for any errors or omissions.

What is a Neurologic Condition?

The term “neurologic condition” applies to any condition that is caused by a dysfunction in part of the brain or nervous system, resulting in physical and/or psychological symptoms. – Learn More

What is a Child Neurologist?

Pediatric or child neurologists are specially-trained physicians who have followed up their four-year medical school education with a five-year post-graduate training regimen consisting of two years of training in pediatrics, one year of training in general neurology, and two years of training in pediatric neurology. – Learn more 

Preparing for Your Doctor’s Visit

Guidance and tips for your visit with a healthcare provider – Learn More

Searching for a Diagnosis

The process leading to a diagnosis for a child’s condition is not always an easy one. CNF provides credible resources and information to guide you along this journey.  – Learn More

Support for Patients & Caregivers

Guidance and support for patients and families living with a neurologic condition. – Learn More

Additional Resources

What is a Neurologic Condition? | What is a Child Neurologist?  | Preparing for Your Doctor’s Visit |
Searching for a Diagnosis | Support for Patients & Caregivers

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