He is co-author of Nonverbal Learning Disabilities: A Guide to School Success (May 2006), Nonverbal Learning Disabilities: A Guide to School Success – The Teacher’s Manual (September 2007), A Train Ride to Grandma’s (With NO Chocolate Donut!) (September 2009), and A Snapshot of Me – A Student with NLD (2016).
Maple Leaf Clinic, founded by Dr. Dean Mooney, provides neuropsychological, educational, psychological, speech and language, and social thinking assessments of children, adolescents and adults. Therapy for people of all ages is provided. Our services also include social skills development for all ages, educational or clinical consultation (in person, by phone, or through iChat/SKYPE), and professional development.
Maple Leaf Clinic is also proud to sponsor Camp Maple Leaf, a summer camp that caters to the social needs and relaxation skills of campers with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Dr. Mooney has lectured on the topic of Nonverbal Learning Disabilities for local and national organizations throughout the United States, Canada, and England.
Additionally, Dr. Mooney serves on or has served on the following boards:
The Professional Advisory Board for The College Internship Program at The Brevard Center, Melbourne, Florida, and The Berkshire Center, Lee, Massachusetts.
The Medical Advisory Board for the Turner Syndrome Foundation.
The Medical Advisory Board for the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States.
Child First Advocacy Center of Rutland County.
Brain Injury Association of Vermont.
Vermont Autism Task Force.
College Steps Program.