Autism Diagnostic Entry Clinic (ADEC) provides comprehensive diagnostic services for individuals who may have an autism spectrum disorder. It provides both medical and behavioral evaluations of symptoms of an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Requirements: Concern of ASD without previous medical diagnosis, ages 3-18
Autism Toddler Assessment Clinic (ATAC) is an interdisciplinary team consisting of medicine, speech/language pathology, and occupational therapy that provides a comprehensive autism evaluation for children under age 3. Requirements: Positive M-CHAT and < age 3
Neuropsychology Clinic provides diagnostic, cognitive and behavioral assessment and consultation for children and youth with neurological, neurodevelopmental or developmental conditions. Requirements: Age 2-21
Clinical Assessment Team (CAT) is an interdisciplinary team consisting of psychology, speech/language pathology and occupational therapy that specializes in children with complex symptom presentation in need of comprehensive recommendations. Requirements: Approval from CAT team
Autism Medical Clinic (AMC) provides medical diagnostic, treatment and long-term management for individuals who have or are at risk for autism spectrum disorders (ASD). This may include medication management, nutritional evaluation and dietary consultation, diagnostic evaluations to determine causes of autism, and recurrence risk counseling. Requirements: Confirmed ASD diagnosis
Developmental Clinic provides medical assessment and treatment services to children who have or are at risk for developmental delays in areas such as communication, adaptive behavior, cognition, social skills or motor functioning. Requirements: Age 3-14
Special Needs Clinic is a multidisciplinary clinic including occupational, physical and speech therapies as well as nutrition services that serves children with complex needs that would benefit from other services.
Requirements: Age 1-14
High-Risk Follow Up Clinic is a multidisciplinary clinic including occupational, physical and speech therapies as well as nutrition services that serves the needs of infants that were premature or had other high risk factors. Requirements: Age birth to 24 months
Cerebral Palsy Clinic provides services for children diagnosed with CP. This is a multidisciplinary clinic including Physical and Occupational therapy, orthotics, dietary, and assistive technology as well as Physicians from Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Developmental Pediatrics and Orthopedics.
Requirements: Ages birth – 18 years
Feeding Clinic provides a multidisciplinary team assessment for children who have difficulty eating due to developmental or behavioral concerns. For some children, feeding difficulties may be related to medical concerns (ex. prematurity, neurologic conditions, gastroesophageal reflux).