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As such, individuals funded under the Indian Residential School Survivors program are not covered for services from Dr. Limbos.  Patients may contact the First Nations Health Authority for a list of  registered providers.

Psychologist Vancouver Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)
Dr. Limbos will be away for vacation from July 4-25. During this time, administrative staff will be working on a modified schedule. Please continue to send your requests for appointments by calling our office at (604) 346-6505, or email us at: admin@limboschildpsychology.com
Psychologist Vancouver Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (limboschildpsychology.com)

Dr. Limbos will be away attending a conference, followed by a vacation. As a result, all of her locations will be closed from June 20 to July 12, inclusive. Please allow up to 1 week following her return, as there will be a large number of emails and phone calls to return. Please note that for appointment requests, you can continue to contact Deborah at (604) 346-6505 OR Marizel at: admin@limboschildpsychology.com

Custody and Access Assessments

April 16, 2016, 12:32 pm

Please note that Dr. Limbos does NOT conduct assessments to determine child custody and access arrangements (E.g. Section 15 or Section 211).

First Nations and Inuit clients who have a status card number may qualify for short term crisis intervention mental health counselling. Dr. Limbos is a registered provider, and two initial assessments can usually be approved. After her assessment, Dr. Limbos can apply for up to 15 sessions of ongoing counselling, with the possibility for extension. Please visit Health Canada's website for further details (http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fniah-spnia/nihb-ssna/benefit-prestation/crisi ... more

On March 25, 2016, Dr. Limbos will be moving to a new office location in Coquitlam. She will now be providing services on the 2nd Floor, Unit 211, of the Lincoln Centre, located at 3030 Lincoln Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3B 6B4.

Dr. Limbos' office will be located within the "Headquarters Office Services" (Unit 211). Please check in with the reception desk, and then take a seat in the waiting area. Dr. Limbos will be notified of your arrival, and will come out to meet you at your scheduled appointment time.

Dr. Limbos' phone number, (604) 346-6505, will remain the ... more

Dr. Marjolaine Limbos is seeking a part-time or full-time psychometrist to assist in all aspects of her clinical practice, providing psychology services to children and adolescents in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.

Responsibilities will include administration and scoring of psychological and psycholoeducational tests, preparing and editing psychological reports under the supervision of a psychologist, and performing initial assessments for psychological services.

Applicants must have strong skills in child psychological assessment, strong ... more

Dr. Limbos has submitted the final report of her study on screening for autism and developmental disabilities for presentation at the 2016 World Psychiatric Association Conference in Istanbul, Turkey. The research, entitled: Screening for Developmental Disabilities and Autism Using the Rourke and NDDS in Primary Care, found that the Nipissing District Developmental Screen (NDDS) has moderate sensitivity and specificity for developmental screening and shows promise for use in primary care settings. Despite having a slightly lower sensitivity, the Rourke Baby Record also showed promise for us ... more

Office Closed December 18-January 3

January 6, 2016, 11:54 am

Dr. Limbos will be working out of town and then taking a vacation. The office will be closed from December 21 to January 1, inclusive. We will be returning phone calls and emails during the week of January 4. Please allow until January 10 for us to respond to your inquiries during this time.

Dr. Limbos recently presented her research on determinants of screening for developmental delays at the 14th Annual European Congress of Psychology. The poster has now been ploaded to the website for your review. We welcome your comments and feedback! To view the poster, click here.

Vancouver Psychologist Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Fees for Autism Assessment

July 14, 2015, 1:40 pm

Please see updates to our fees page regarding Autism Assessment. Children who require an assessment for suspected autism spectrum disorder require a full pscyhoeducational assessment at a fee of $2,300 as well as administration of autism specific tests for an additional fee of $500. The specific autism tests that are required include the Autism Diagnostic Observation Scale (ADOS) and the Autism Diagnostic Interview -Revised (ADI-R) Thus, the total fee is $2,800. Many psychological services are covered by extended health benefits, and t ... more

While I usually provide the full range of psychological services for children in my offices in Vancouver, Coquitlam and Squamish, my hope is to minimize the barriers that children and families face in accessing psychological services outside of the lower mainland.

To help service clients located outside of Vancouver, I offer:
• Free Initial Phone Consultation
• Secure Video Conferencing for Intake/Feedback Visits
• Completion of Assessments in 1 Day
• Consideration of Travel to Client's Location

In many cases, I ca ... more

A final discovery in our understanding of primary care providers' use of standardized developmental screening tests is the existence of several barriers to developmental screening. Providers were asked to list their level of agreement with a number of statements about barriers to developmental screening. A perception of lack of time to perform developmental screening and lack of sufficient reimbursement for screening were suffiently more common among those who did not perform developmental screening than those who did. When asked to rank the one most significant barrier to developmental scr ... more

Dr. Limbos will be making a poster presentation at the upcoming European Congress of Psychology 2015 conference in Milan, Italy. Based on their level of agreement with a number of statements about attitudes and knowledge with respect to developmental screening, Dr. Limbos has found certain factors to be associated with the practice of standardized developmental screening. Practicing standardized developmental screening was defined as using one or more developmental screening test that has at least some documented validity, on a routine basis for screening for developmental d ... more

Dr. Limbos will be away from the office from June 25-July 12, 2015 inclusive to present her research at the 2015 European Congress of Psychology in Milan, Italy. During this time, she will not be responding to phone messages or emails. For appointment booking, please send an email to her assistant, Marizel de Castro at : admin@limboschildpsychology.com. Of course, you may leave a message with Dr. Limbos through her answering service at (604) 346-6505 at any time. However, due to the large volume of calls we receive, please allow up until July 17 for a response.


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Dr. Limbos will be making a poster presentation at the upcoming European Congress of Psychology 2015 conference in Milan, Italy. In addition to her finding that a minority of physicians use standardized developmental screening tests for developmental delays, Dr. Limbos research begins to explain the various predictors of and barriers to developmental and autism screening. Among physician characteristics studied, female providers and those working in Ontario were significantly more likely to practice standardized developmental screening. Certain characteristics of physicians' ... more

Dr. Limbos is pleased to announce that, in addition to her current offices on 2nd Avenue in Vancouver and Glen Drive in Coquitlam, she is also offering services at a new Broadway and Cambie location in Vancouver. Currently, she provides service at the new location on Wednesdays only. The office is located in the large, glass, Broadway Plaza Building, near the corner of West Broadway and Ash Street (just west of Broadway and Cambie). Dr. Limbos can be found on the third floor in the Three Story Clinic. The office is in walking distance to the Broadway-City Hall Canada Line Station and to mul ... more

Please Review Changes to Our Fees Page

April 17, 2015, 5:18 pm

We ask all clients to take a moment to review of our fees page. There have been no increases to fees this year, however, we would like to draw your attention to the billing schedule for psychological/psychoeducational assessments. As you may be aware, Dr. Limbos works approximately 2-3 hours behind the scenes on an assessment for every 1 hour of direct contact with a child or family. As such, some of the work is billed for this work as the assessment progresses. Thus, on the initial consultation visit for comprehensive as ... more

We are please to announce that the final report of Dr. Limbos' survey of Canadian Family Physicians has been accepted for presentation at the European Congress of Psychology in Milan Italy, July 7-9, 2015. The paper, entitled: Determinants of Screening for Developmental Disabilities in Primary Care is the final report of the survey of over 250 physicians in British Columbia and Ontario, Canada. The highlights of the survey are that fewer than half of physicians make use of standardized developmental screening tools. Only a handful of physicians make use of the Modified Che ... more

Dr. Limbos Away March 9 -19, 2015

February 26, 2015, 12:22 pm

Dr. Limbos will be away from the office from March 9-19, 2015 inclusive for the March Break. During this time, she will not be responding to phone messages or emails. For appointment booking, please send an email to her assistant, Marizel de Castro at : admin@limboschildpsychology.com. Of course, you may leave a message with Dr. Limbos through her answering service at (604) 346-6505 at any time. However, due to the large volume of calls we receive, please allow up until March 25 for a response. Thank you and enjoy your March Break. < ... more

Dr. Limbos will be away from the office from December 20 and returning on January 4, 2015. Her assistant, Marizel, will also be away for the majority of this time. During this time, please email Dr. Limbos (info@limboschildpsychology.com) or her assistant Marizel (admin@limboschildpsychology.com) with any requests for appointments or other queries. Emails and phone calls will be returned as soon as possible during the week of January 4.

Dr. Limbos has just submitted original research to be presented at the 14th European Congress of Psychology (ECP) in Milan, Italy in July of 2015. The congress brings together clinical and research leaders in the field of psychology from around the world. Dr. Limbos has completed her study, entitled: Determinants of screening for Developmenal Disabilities in Primary Care, which now includes analysis of predictors of developmental screening among family physicians. To view a copy of the abstract submission to the conference, please click

Part-Time Psychological Associate Needed

November 27, 2014, 10:14 pm

Dr. Limbos is seeking the help of a part time or casual psychological associate with view to potential full time work in the future. Her busy practice in assessment and treatment of children with suspected autism, developmental, learning and behavior difficulties is growing at a fast pace. The psychological associate would initially take the role of assisting with test scoring and report writing. Hours are flexible, but the successful applicant will be able to work under pressure to meet deadlines. Dr. Limbos has offices in Coquitlam and Vancouver, but some work could be carried out ... more

Dr. Limbos will be attending the annual conference of the Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA) in Toronto from October 17-19. The conference brings together leading ADHD researchers and clinicians from accross Canada to discuss the best practices in diagnosis and treatment of children with ADHD. Dr. Limbos recently became a member of CADDRA and is looking forward to improving her knowledge base at the conference.

Dr. Limbos will be away from the office from Friday October 17 at noon and returning on Wednesday October 22. Please contact her assistant Marizel at ... more

Dr. Limbos will be away for holidays from August 7-17 inclusive. During this time you can leave email messages at info@limboschildpsychology.com or admin@limboschildpsychology.com or call her answering service at (604) 346-6506. No emails or voice messages will be returned by Dr. Limbos during this time, but her assistant, Marizel, will be responding to administrative questions or to make appointment bookings. Please note that because of the high number of phone calls it may take several days ... more

Dr. Limbos has just been accepted as a member of the Canadian ADHD Resources Alliance, also known as CADDRA. CADDRA is an alliance of multi-disciplinary health care professionals who have a specialisation or interest in the care of adults and children with ADHD. The group develops guidelines, reviews best practices, and networks to provide exceptional care to those with ADHD. You can visit CADDRA's website at www.caddra.ca for more information on this resource. It is Dr. Limbos' goal to continue to develop her expertise and knowledge in the field of ADHD.

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Dr. Limbos will be away from the office from May 25 to June 10, inlusive. She will be attending the ATINER International Conference on Psychology in Athens, Greece. In addition, she will be presenting her research on screening for developmental disabilities and autism in children. During this time, Dr. Limbos will not be responding to phone calls or emails. However, you may still book appointments with her assistant, Marizel, through email: info@limboschildpsychology.com or admin@limboschild ... more

Dr. Limbos will be presenting the final results of her survey of primary care physicians' practices in screening for developmental disabilities and autism. The findings are to be presented in an oral presentation at the 8th Annual International Conference on Psychology in Athens, Greece from May 24-26, 2014. The study, entitled: Screening for Developmental Disabilities and Autism in Canada - A Survey of Primary Care Providers, included a random survey of 1000 primary care providers in Ontario and British Columbia Canada. Of these, 262 returned completed surveys. The findings indicated that ... more

Dr. Limbos will be away from her offices from March 20-30 inclusive. During this time she will not be responding to emails, however, her assistant will continue to book appointments request sent through email. Any phone calls will be returned as soon as possible after her return on March 31, 2014.

Vancouver Psychologist Dr. Marjolaine Limbos www.limboschildpsychology.com

Dr. Limbos continues to work on the reviewer board of the prestigious journal "Pediatrics" the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics. In doing so, Dr. Limbos adds her expertise in the field of child psychology as well as her research knowledge of screening for autism and developmental disabilities to the research community at large.

Vancouver Psychologist Dr. Marjolaine Limbos www.limboschildpsychology.com

Dr. Limbos will be away from her office from July 29 to August 7, 2013 to attend the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA). The conference will include presentations and research from leaders in the field of psychology from around the world. While at the conference, Dr. Limbos will be attending a full day workshop on the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders in light of the new revisions to the diagnostic criteria DSM-V. She will also be attending a full day workshop on evidence-based treatments for a variety of childhood conditions including depression, obsessive ... more

Dr. Limbos is traveling to Milan to present her research at the 4th World Congress on ADHD in Milan June 6 - 9th, 2013. She will be taking a short vacation as well and will return to the office June 17, 2013. Please feel free to leave a message with Dr. Limbos' assistant or answering service and she will return your calls upon her return.

Vancouver Psychologist Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Dr. Limbos has submitted a symposium proposal for presentation of a talk on the screening, diagnosis and co-morbidities in individuals with autism spectrum disorders. The talk is to be given at the annual Family Medicine Forum conference in Vancouver in November, 2013. It will draw largely on the speech she gave last year at FMF, with improvements based on changes to diagnostic crieteria in the DSM-V as well as suggestions from the audience from last year's conference.

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Dr. Limbos' research examining the ability of available developmental screening measures to identify children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has just been accepted for presentation at the 4th World Congress on ADHD to be held in Milan in June of 2013. The poster, entitled: "Can Developmental Screening Tools Accurately Identify Children with ADHD in Primary Care?" will be presented at the Congress on June 7 between 1500 and 1600 hours. The conference will bring together leaders in the field of ADHD from around the world to discuss topics of clinical interest o ... more

Dr. Limbos will be away from her office for a vacation from March 18 to March 26 inclusive. Please also note that her assisstant, Marizel, will be out of the country until April 15. Please leave any messages requesting new consultations or follow up with her answering service or on her answering machine and Dr. Limbos will get back to you as soon as possible. Because of the absence of her assistant, it may take longer than usual for Dr. Limbos to respond, but rest assured that she will respond to all calls.

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Dr. Limbos just returned from Toronto where she presented at the annual Family Medicine Forum conference. The speech, entitled: "Autism Spectrum Disorder: Screening/Diagnosis & Management of Psychiatric & Physical Co-Morbidities" focused on best practices in screening for autism spectrum disorders, as well as how to diagnose autism once the diagnosis is suspected. Dr. Limbos' portion of the speech focused on the multi-disciplinary nature of the diagnostic process, new changes to the classification of autism in the DSM-V (due to be published in 2013), as well as important considerati ... more

Dr. Limbos is presenting the findings of her new research on screening for autism spectrum disorders at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in San Francisco, California this week. The research, which studied over 300 preschool children presenting to their primary care provider, examined the accuracy of a number of commonly used general developmental screening tests in detecting children with autism spectrum disorders. The general screening measures included the Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ), Parents' Evaluation of Developmental Status ... more

PART-TIME PSYCHOMETRIST NEEDED

September 27, 2012, 12:00 am

Dr. Marjolaine Limbos is a registered psychologist, specialising in providing private child psychology services to clients in Vancouver, Coquitlam and across the Lower Mainland. We are seeking a part-time psychometrist to assist in all aspects of our clinical practice.

The position is for a part-time (2-3 days/week, flexible) salaried or contract psychometrist. Responsibilities will include administration and scoring of psychological and psycholoeducational tests, preparing and editing psychological reports under the supervision of a psychologist, and performing initial asses ... more

This week Dr. Limbos is presenting her research at the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her poster presentation demonstrates that few physicians in Canada are using standardized developmental screening tests, and that many barriers to screening for developmental delays in children exist. To view the poster, click here.

Vancouver Psychologist, Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Dr. Limbos is currently attending the joint conference of the European Renal Association and Europena Dialysis and Transplant Association in Paris, France. The conference focuses on emerging research and best practices related to the care of children with renal diseases. Dr. Limbos has a special interest in the psychology of transplant and renal diseases in children.

Vancouver Psychologist, Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Dr. Limbos' research comparing the ability of five different developmental screening tests to detect autism in preschool children has been accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in San Francisco. The conference brings together leaders in research and practice in child psychiatry from around the world. Her poster presentation will be presented between October 23 and 28, 2012. The findings of the study found that a number of generic developmental screening tests, namely the Rourke Baby Record, Ages and Stages Questionnaire ... more

Dr. Limbos and colleauges have had their symposium entitled: "Autism Spectrum Disorder: Screening/Diagnosis & Management of Psychiatric & Physical Co-Morbidities" accepted for presentation at the annual Family Medicine Forum conference. The conference takes place in Toronto November 14-17, 2012. The symposium will help family physicians understand issues in screening for and diagnosis of autism and autism spectrum disorders.

Vancouver Psychologist Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

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Dr. Limbos will present a parent training/support seminar for the Learning Disabilities Association of Vancouver on Monday April 16 at 7pm-8pm. The seminar is entitled: "Demistifying Psycho-Educational Assessment" and will help parents understand and interpret the findings of psychological assessments. You can get more information on this presentation on the Learning Disabilities Association of Vancouver website by clicking here.

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IASSID Program Released

March 15, 2012, 12:00 am

Dr. Limbos will be presenting the findings of her survey of developmental screening practices among Canadian primary care providers on Wednesday July 11, 2012. The poster is being presented at the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities World Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The study found that a minority of physicians screen for autism and developmental delays in family practice. Please click here for more information on the IASSID program.

Dr. Limbos has a special interest in autism spectrum disorders. She will conduct detailed assessments for autism in keeping with highest standards for assessment. Assessments include cognitive, adaptive, speech language assessment as well as completion of the ADOS and ADI-R. Contact Dr. Limbos directly to discuss your needs and set up an initial consultation: (604) 346-6505 or info@limboschildpsychology.com.

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Counselling in Vancouver and Coquitlam

February 27, 2012, 12:00 am

Dr. Limbos is a registered psychologist and provides counsellingservices for children, teens and their families. Contact Dr. Limbos directly by phone (604) 346-6505 or by email: info@limboschildpsychologist.com.

Counselling Vancouver - Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Psychotherapy in Vancouver and Coquitlam

February 20, 2012, 12:00 am

Dr. Limbos provides a wide range of options for psychotherapy for children, teens and their families. Common modalities of child psychotherapy include: Cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, psychodynamic therapy and interpersonal therapy.

Psychotherapy Vancouver - Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Dr. Limbos' research on patterns of developmental screening among primary care providers has recently been accepted for presentation at the World Congress of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities (IASSID). The poster will present preliminary findings of a study examining the use of screening tools for autism and developmental delays, barriers to developmental screening and attitudes about screening for developmental delay among family physicians, nurse practitioners and pediatricians in Canada. To view a preliminary copy of the poster, click ... more

A letter to the editor by Dr. F. Glascoe and colleaugues has recently been published in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. The authors are commenting on Dr. Limbos' article published in that journal in September of 2011. To view their letter you can click here.

Vancouver Psychologist, Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Dr. Limbos' special article in response to a letter to the editor has now been published in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. The artilce, entitled: Improving the Definition of Developmental Delay discusses the pros and cons of using more inclusive versus more stringent criteria for classifying children with developmental delays. You can view the article by clicking here.

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BC Pediatrics society features Dr. Limbos' research on developmental screening in this month's BCPS Newsletter. You can view the letter by clicking here.

Psychologist Vancouver, Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

This month's edition of Bear Bones (UBC Department of Family Medicine) features an interview with Drs. Marjolaine Limbos and David Joyce on the prevalence, definition, effects and merits of screening for autism and developmental delay in children. You can read the full article here

Coquitlam Psychology Dr. Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

National Kidney Week

November 7, 2011, 12:00 am

As part of national kidney week, Dr. Limbos' research on executive functioning in children with chronic kidney disease is being presented at the American Society of Nephrology annual conference in Philadelphia this week. This is Dr. Limbos' first presentation in her new area of interest on the psychological impacts of chronic kidney disease. You can view her poster by clicking here.

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- Dr. Limbos' recent publication in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics has been receiving alot of attention, both in the media at large and the scientific community. As a result, Dr. Limbos has just written a special article in that journal responding to letters to the editor about the initial publication: "Comparison of the ASQ and PEDS in Screening for Developmental Delays in Children Presenting for Primary Care". We are pleased to announce that her special article, entitled: "Improving the Definition of Developmental Delay" has been accepte ... more

Montreal Gazette covers Dr. Limbos' research on screening for autism and developmental delays. The study found that two simple, parent or health care provider administered screening tests, the ASQ and PEDS, were accurate at identifying problems in preschool children. See th ... more

Health Care Professionals: Family physicians, nurse practitioners  and primary care pediatricians may take our online survey entitled:  Survey of Screening for Developmental Delays in Children - A Canadian  Primary Care Perspective. First read our invitation to participate in  a research study HERE. Then click on the link below to complete the Survey. Your participation is much appreciated!

Take a look at our survey on Developmental Screening practices  among primary care providers in Canada. This survey is currently  being prepared for distribution to a random sample of 1000 family physicians and pediatricians in Canada. The survey forms a larger  part of Dr. Limbos' research on screening for developmental  disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. CLICK HERE to view the survey. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.

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BC Children's Hospital 2011 Telethon Projects Competition has  accepted Dr. Limbos' letter of intent for a grant application  entitled: Screening for Developmental Delays in Primary Care Settings  in British Columbia – "A Survey of Knowledge, Attitudes and  Practices". This opens the door for a full grant application for  funding for this important research on child developmental screening.  The full grant submission is due October 11, 2011 and results of the  full competition will be available in November, 2011.

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 B.C. researchers find quick, low-cost tests can accurately identify childhood development delays. Read the BC Children's Hospital and UBC press release on Dr. Limbos' developmental screening research HERE.

Coquitlam Psychologist Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Survey of Screening for Developmental Delays in Children - A Canadian Primary Care Perspective has been approved by the University of British Columbia Research Behavioral Research Ethics Board (effective July 18, 2011). This research, led by Vancouver psychologist Dr. Marjolaine Limbos, will explore current practices, attitudes, knowledge, beliefs and barriers to developmental screening among family phyisicians and pediatricians in Canada.

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B.C. researchers find quick, low-cost tests can accurately identify childhood developmental delays. See the press release regarding Dr. Limbos' research at: http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2011-08/uobc-brf072911.php.

Vancouver Psychologist Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Dr. Limbos and Dr. Joyce interviewed by CBC

September 20, 2011, 12:00 am

Dr. Limbos and Dr. Joyce interviewed by CBC "On the Island" and CBC Kelowna August 4, 2011 regarding the importance of developmental screening in primary care.

Coquitlam Psychologist Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Dr. Limbos article

September 19, 2011, 12:00 am

Dr. Limbos' article "Comparison of the ASQ and PEDS in Screening for Developmental Delay in Children Presenting for Primary Care" is now available in print in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. You can view the article at: http://journals.lww.com/jrnldbp/pages/currenttoc.aspx

Vancouver Psychologist Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)
Quick, low-cost tests can accurately detect developmental delays in kids. See article in the Prince George Citizen HERE.

Coquitlam Psychologist Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)
Listen to the August 3 CBC Radio On the Coast interview regarding Dr. Limbos and Dr. Joyce's research on developmental disabilities. Choose the August 3 edition.

http://www.cbc.ca/onthecoast/

Vancouver Psychologist Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

CTV National News discusses research on developmental screening by Dr. Marjolaine Limbos. You can view the article at: http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Health/20110803/developmental-delays-tests-110803/

Vancouver Psychologist Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)
CBC NEWS interviews Dr. Limbos and Dr. Joyce regarding their findings on screening for developmental delays using the PEDS and ASQ. Click on the audio link to hear the interview featured on On the Coast Vancouver.

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2011/08/03/bc-developmental-delays-study.html

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Dr. Limbos' Research Featured on the Front Page of the Vancouver Sun. You can view the article at:
http://www.vancouversun.com/health/Asking+right+questions+spot+childhood+developmental+delays+early+study/5201898/story.html

Coquitlam Psychologist Marjolaine Limbos (www.limboschildpsychology.com)

Co-author Dr. David Joyce was recently interviewed on CKNW news Vancouver regarding Dr. Limbos' research into screening developmental delays, learning disabilities and autism. You can listen to the interview at: http://www.cknw.com/other/audiovault.html. Choose the Date: August 4, 2011 Time: 2:00 p.m. When the audio starts, scroll forward to the 17 minute mark to hear the interview.

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Vancouver psychologist, Dr. Marjolaine Limbos' research is now published ahead of print in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. You can view the manuscript at: http://journals.lww.com/jrnldbp/toc/publishahead.

Dr. Limbos' research on screening for developmental disabilities entitled: Comparison of the ASQ and PEDS in Screening for Developmental Delay in Children Presenting for Primary Care is set to be published in September. The study compared the accuracy of two screening measures, the ASQ and PEDS in a cohort of 334 children under the age of 5. The findings demonstrated that the ASQ and to a lesser extent the PEDS had reasonable test characteristics for developmental screening in primary care. The study has the potential to have a strong impact on child publich health in Canada by encourag ... more

Please see the news article on Vancouver Psychologist Dr. Marjolaine Limbos' research in the News section of the Northern ONtario School of Medicine's website: www.nosm.ca