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COVID-19 Special Information: Dr. Bryant is again seeing adults, adolescents, and middle school-aged children for in-office assessments. Testing in person remains the most reliable method of assessment. Disclosure sessions can occur via Doxy.Me, a secure, HIPAA-compliant online system. However, at this time, due to waiting area limitations and social distancing requirements, Dr. Bryant is not currently seeing elementary school children aged 11 or under. As further information becomes available about risk of infection and the course of the disease in Oregon, however, any or all of this may change. SAFETY FOR ALL IS THE PRIORITY.
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