Dowd Medical Associates

Meet Madison Shannon, LICSW

As children grow and develop, managing their mental and emotional health becomes equally as important as their medical needs. Whether it be the "terrible two's", stress as a family undergoes a change or transition, issues with peers, academic concerns, or the challenges faced by adolescent's and teens in today's world, Madison, as a part of the Dowd team, offers compassionate care to our families in need. 

Coronavirus Information: Quarantine Guidance

Updated guidance for individuals quarantined after exposure to coronavirus

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Covid Contacts, Testing, and Quarantine Flow Chart

Flow chart from the Massachusetts Chapter of the AAP reviewing COVID decision making

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Update on Office Policies During Coronavirus Outbreak

UPDATED 10/1/2020

Read this first before coming to the office for an appointment:

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IEP For Home Seminar Series

Dr Erik von Hahn's monthly zoom seminar for parents of children with developmental and behavioral challenges, starts Monday October 5th

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Covid and School: FAQ's

Some answers to frequently asked questions about school during covid, from the Massachusetts Chapter of the AAP

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FLU UPDATE 20-21

Click here for further information about the 2020-2021 Flu Vaccine

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Information on Coronavirus Testing: Updated 11/29/2020

Please read for information on testing for coronavirus.

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Parenting During a Pandemic

If you are experiencing some parenting challenges during the coronavirus pandemic, you are not alone! Read on for some common questions and great tips for parents of kids of all ages.

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Update on Office Policies During Coronavirus Outbreak

Update on office operations as of 3/21/2020

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Update on 2019 Novel Coronavirus

Links and information regarding the Coronavirus

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Healthy Living by Age

The foundation of good health is the same no matter your age! Eat healthy, be active, go to the doctor or nurse for regular checkups, take care of your mental health, and don't take unnecessary risks, like texting while driving. Whether you're in your 20s or 90s, we've got you covered. Click on "Learn More" then choose your decade by navigating with arrows at page bottom, to find out what steps you can take for good health!

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GET ACTIVE !

Did you know? Women of all ages who get enough physical activity can reduce their risk of heart disease and cancer — the most common diseases women have to worry about. Men get more physical activity than women. We can change this — let’s move!

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