Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
The Institute for Child Development offers comprehensive evaluation and treatment for children and adolescents who have problems with growth, development, and behavior. Our professional staff includes developmental/behavioral pediatricians, a nurse, speech/language pathologists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists, who work together as a team to provide your child with comprehensive care. Some of the conditions we evaluate and treat include autism spectrum disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, cerebral palsy, fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, fragile X syndrome, and Tourette syndrome. In addition to providing clinical services for children and their parents, our professionals offer educational programs for other healthcare professionals and consultative services for those involved in the care of children with special needs.
As one of the country’s largest and most comprehensive multidisciplinary evaluation and treatment programs, The Institute for Child Development is a resource for parents and children. When a child has trouble learning, speaking, or acting, we are here for you with answers, help, and treatments.
For further information please call 551-996-5555.
Randye Huron, M.D., Chief, Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics
Dr. Huron talks about some of the concerns many parents may have about their child’s development, and how the Institute for Child Development cares for children with developmental disabilities.