OHSU

Services & Treatment

The CDRC Neurodevelopmental program follows a family-centered, interdisciplinary approach to comprehensive assessment and management of children over the course of their development.

Our team members consider themselves consultants to providers in communities throughout the region and work closely with those providers for effective coordination of care.

Clinical Services and Special Features

The CDRC Program provides the following services to children and families.

  • Initial interdisciplinary assessment.
  • Comprehensive and coordinated follow-up evaluation and management to meet individualized medical, functional, educational and social needs.
  • Individual treatment is available from occupational therapy, physical therapy, pediatric dentistry, and speech-language pathology.
  • Individual and family counseling is available through psychology and social work.

In addition, services for children and families may be recommended to:

  • Rett Syndrome Clinic: a diagnostic, evaluative and management clinic for children with Rett Syndrome.
  • Feeding Clinic: a developmental pediatrician, occupational therapist, speech and language pathologist, nutritionist, and social worker address oral-motor and feeding skills, nutritional intake, parent-child interaction, and behavioral and emotional issues related to meal-time dynamics.
  • Equipment Clinic: a clinic consisting of physical therapy and community equipment vendors that provides individualized evaluation and prescription for durable medical equipment, including wheelchairs and specialized seating systems.