This interdisciplinary clinic is one of the few programs in the world dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of individuals with Barth syndrome. Experts from a wide range of medical specialties collaborate to provide a full range of care.
This program, offered by the Behavioral Psychology Department, helps treat behavioral problems that often accompany deployment and other military stressors.
This clinic assesses and treats common behavioral problems and disorders for children who have varying levels of function, including mild cognitive and speech delays. The clinic also focuses strongly on caregiver training.
Behavioral equipment maintenance: Behavioral equipment will be cleaned with freshly made Virkon-S before each experiment and in between test subjects. At the end of each experiment the investigators will clean the apparatus with Virkon-S. Equipment should be turned off at the end of each session...
The Behavioral Psychology Department strives to help children attain and sustain adaptive, healthy positive behaviors using the principles of applied behavior analysis.
The Behavioral Psychology Outpatient Clinics offer a variety of behavior management, neurobehavioral and psychology services.
One of our main areas of focus is the treatment of those with ADD/ADHD. This is a treatable condition that makes it hard for a person to sit still, control behavior and pay attention. We treat children and adolescents who have: problems with paying attention being very active (called hyperactivity)...
Calling on a wide range of disciplines—including endocrinology, genetics, orthopedics, rehabilitation, neurosurgery and nutrition—this program provides comprehensive support and treatment for children and adults with complex medical and surgical issues involving metabolic and genetic bone disorders.
The Brachial Plexus Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation, surgical evaluation, treatment and follow-up services for patients with a brachial plexus injury.
The Brain Injury Responsiveness Program evaluates and treats children and adolescents with a history of injury to the brain who exhibit altered arousal and/or altered ability to interact with their environment.