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need help with severe behavior and emotional change of husband due to stroke anger issues verbal abuse because of pandemic few offices open- just need to talk to someone for guidances neuropsychologist ?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
Telemedicine: Many medical providers are still able to practice via telemedicine. I don't know of any providers who are doing neuropsychological testing right now however (as that requires close contact).

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