- medical school: Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
- internship: Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI
- fellowship: Case Western Reserve's Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
Maximizing the quality of life of neuro-diverse children through neuropsychological evaluation, treatment planning, and individualized feedback with appropriate family members; Conflict resolution to enhance the life of every child evaluated, including the family, medical, legal, and educational members of the child's environmental network.
Chiarina Owens, Ph.D., is the program director of neuropsychology at Dayton Children's Hospital. As the program director of neuropsychology, Dr. Owens' goal is to develop and provide oversight to a state of the art evaluation service that provides comprehensive and individualized evaluations that effectively guide families, school systems, and clinical providers in helping each child maximize their wellbeing and enhance their ability to enjoy and contribute to their community.
of my love for enhancing the lives of children and their families by answering their "why's" and "how's".
of its commitment to go above and beyond to make sure every child in the community receives the healthcare (including behavioral healthcare) that is needed to actualize their potential!
it is willing to do whatever it takes to make things better for our children and larger community.
I like the energetic way they connect with their potential once it is identified.
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