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Child Health and Developmental Interactive System


The CHADIS portal is a document collection tool.  From this portal, you might send an Ages & Stages Developmental Questionnaire to assess for developmental concerns, or an ADHD Vanderbilt assessment document to determine if your child is doing optimally at home or school.

Sending documents ahead of time better prepares your healthcare provider and helps your appointment run more smoothly. If you are new to the portal, please follow the steps below based on your child’s profile.


For Well Checks at 9, 18, 24, 30 and 36 months: You will receive an email link to a document called “Ages & Stages” and/or “M-CHAT” which assesses your child’s development.  Based on both the appointment type and your child’s age and other factors, such as prematurity, documents will be offered to you  to complete prior to your appointment.


For ADHD:  This online tool will help to improve the communication between you (the parent), the teacher and us, to provide optimal quality care for our patients. For all ADHD follow-ups, it is required to have both the parent and teacher Vanderbilt assessment documents  completed.  Teacher Vanderbilts, however, are not required Juen through August and a report card may be substituted.  You should receive a link to complete the forms a few days prior to your appointment.  If forms are not completed prior the appointment date, you will not receive a refill on medication; once the forms are complete, the refill can be written.

For Asthma appointments:  You will receive an email with a link to an Asthma Control Test, to determine how well your child’s asthma symptoms are controlled.

Additionally, you may get an appointment reminder from us by text or email, which comes from a tool called Phreesia,  which allows you to update your demographics and skip the orange pad in the office.



"I appreciate having a way to access documents like shot records online- it's instantaneous!"

- Sarah F

        Super Docs 2017                         Suburban Parent Best of 2017

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