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We understand that your child may have challenges that require special attention at home, in school and in the community. The Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (DDBP) helps address questions and concerns you may have about your child's physical or cognitive development, learning, or behavior. Our staff includes physicians with expertise in developmental and behavioral pediatrics, nurse practitioners, nurses, psychologists, speech language pathologists, occupational and physical therapists, social workers, special educators, child life specialists and nutritionists. We will work with you to develop a comprehensive treatment plan for your child. Family support provided throughout our process includes parent networking and education programs, sibling support groups, and the Rubinstein Library for health-related books, videos and adapted toys.
Our team of highly qualified specialists works with you and your family to determine how to best meet your child’s needs. By evaluating your child’s unique strengths and challenges, we create a family-centered care plan to meet your child’s greatest potential. Our social workers help you and your child cope with the practical and emotional concerns that often accompany developmental and behavioral disorders. Our therapies, family support services and resources help transition children to adulthood. Our commitments to innovative partnerships and collaborative programs ensure that your child has access to the most advanced and up-to-date resources. Learn more about the conditions we treat and how our programs and services improve outcomes for children with developmental and behavioral conditions.
We help you and your family through our extensive parent networking, education programs and sibling groups. You can find a variety of health information, books, videos and adapted toys at the Rubinstein Library. Learn about our patient and family resources that will help you connect to a variety of community activities and supports.
Prepare for your visit to DDBP by downloading a picture tour.
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