Child & Family Development Child & Family Development

April 26, 2016

Autism and Medications: a local resource

April is Autism Awarness Month!



Brandyn Street PsyD  is a psychologist at the Pineville office of Child and Family Development and one of 3 Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) experts, offering diagnostic evaluations and related services. 

Recently, she learned of a new community resource for people with autism who need medications. GPS Pharmacy customizes orders, including:

  • offer specific formulations that are gluten and casein free, as well as free of carb fillers
  • compound melatonin drops and other items in various flavors
  • can combine and add various derivatives for health benefits
  • make creams, oral suspensions, troches, popsicles and powder packets

We think these services will be especially helpful for children.  

To learn more about their services, click here.