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The Eugene Child Development & Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) serves more than 600 patients from birth to 12 years of age, each year. In the Eugene Child Development Clinic, we evaluate children and adolescents from birth to twenty-one years for developmental, learning, social and behavioral concerns.  We also offer evaluations for developmental and behavioral concerns related to prenatal drug exposure, and fetal alcohol exposure, abuse and neglect.  We address the concerns of parents, teachers, and primary care physicians about how to support the child and family.

Consultation, assessment, and care coordination for children and families with special health needs is provided, including:

  • Medical and Physical Challenges
  • Speech and Language Delays
  • Developmental Delays
  • Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorders

Consultations with the Child Development Program may include clinicians from:

  • Developmental pediatrics
  • Psychology
  • Speech and language
  • Social work
  • Audiology

Child Development and Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation Therapy