Development and Behavior Specialty Clinics and Resources
Infant and Preschool Clinics
An interdisciplinary team will evaluate your child’s developmental, medical, behavioral and social concerns using historical, physical and developmental information collected prior to and during the evaluation. Team members are specialists in young infants and children, and may consist of a developmental pediatrician, psychologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, speech-language therapist and/or nurse practitioner.
Oral Feeding Clinic
The Oral Feeding Clinic is coordinated by the departments of Audiology, Speech Pathology and Learning Services. In this clinic we evaluate infants and young children who are having feeding difficulties, due to oral sensitivities, motor problems or other reasons. The interdisciplinary team includes a developmental pediatrician, clinical nurse, occupational therapist, speech therapist and registered dietician.
eXtraordinarY Kids Clinic
The eXtraordinarY Kids Clinic at Children's Hospital Colorado in Colorado is a unique multi-disciplinary clinic for children with X&Y chromosome variations. Children and parents have the opportunity to meet with professionals who have significant experience with these conditions including a developmental pediatrician, endocrinologist, speech therapist, occupational therapist, clinical psychologist, neuropsychologist and a genetic counselor. Learn more about the eXtraordinarY Kids Clinic
Additional Hospital Resources
Staff members in the Child Development Unit (CDU) work closely with a variety of departments within Children’s, including: Children's Hospital Colorado Laboratory; Genetic Services; Physical Therapy; Occupational Therapy; Speech-Language Therapy; Audiology, Speech Pathology and Learning Services; Nutrition; Nursing; Neurology; Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; and Adolescent Medicine.