The puzzle pattern of this ribbon reflects the mystery and complexity of autism. The different colors and shapes represent the diversity of people and families living with this disorder. The brightness of the ribbon signals hope — hope through research and increasing awareness in people like you.
Dr. Elias and his staff display great qualities and attributes to special needs patients. Whether they are children, adults, or elderly patients we find it key in the dental service industry to provide our undivided attention in a timely manner and with a professional courtesy. Our laid back personalities, patience, and willingness to except the disability, and work with it, rather than against it; allows for us to make remarkable progress in special needs dentistry. Currently we actively treat many patients with Autism. Making profound progress with each and every one of them individually and as a family. We find special needs dentistry to be remarkably rewarding and profoundly distinguished to the needs of the patient.
Dr. Elias has been the president of ASK, Autism Support of Kent County since 2007. Dr. Elias, his wife Amy, and children Jake, Luke and Peter are all active members of Autism support, making Kent county more knowledgable and supportive of Autism.