Joseph Barber, MD, FAAP
Dr. Joe Barber attended the University of Notre Dame for his undergraduate degree and received his graduate medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He completed a pediatric residency at the University of Virginia and a neurology residency and child neurology fellowship at Washington University and St. Louis Children’s Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. He is board certified in Pediatrics, a member of the Child Neurology Society and past Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Saint Vincent Hospital in Erie, Pennsylvania. Married with five children he and his wife Lori live in a small town, North East, in northwestern Pennsylvania.
He is a presenter for the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics for both the EPIC: Pediatric Obesity Evaluation, Treatment and Prevention in Community Settings Program and the EPIC: Breastfeeding Education, Support and Training (BEST) Program. He founded Children’s Health Care in 1987 and continues to practice pediatrics and child neurology at Children’s Community Pediatrics-Erie, an affiliate of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Dr. Barber provides expert weekly medical commentary on a regional ABC affiliate, WJET-TV and is a medical advisor to the Barber National Institute in Erie, Pennsylvania.
DrJoeBarber.com was created in 2013 to help parents improve their parenting journey. Dr. Barber’s philosophy focuses on the importance of providing every child with active love, understanding and respect. He believes children come into this world perfect and an engaged, loving and properly supportive caregiving parent is fundamental to healthy parenting. Parents who know how to recognize and relate to their own emotions and the emotions of their child find understanding and acceptance for both their actions and the behaviors of the child.
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by Joseph Barber, MD, FAAP
Although we do not know what causes autism spectrum disorders we know we can help every child and adult who has autism. I have written this guide to help those exposed to autism directly or indirectly understand what it means to be autistic and how we can and must provide educational, social, behavioral and wellness services to every individual with an autism spectrum disorder.
by Joseph Barber, MD, FAAP
Do you want your child to feel safe, secure and loved? Do you want your child to have the opportunity to see, hear and feel the world? Are you willing to talk with and tune into your child? Are you ready, willing and able to give your child the love and support to make both good and bad choices and learn from both? If you are, I want to be your guide.
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