How Do I Know If Dr. Deb’s Center for Child & Family Development Can Help Me?
If you’re an active part of raising a child, we can help you.
★We help all conditions from minor to complex issues such as disruption in basic routines: sleeping, eating, potty training, play, difficulty with school, peers and life skills.
★From concerns that may range from healthy, daily routines to navigating complex developmental and behavioral concerns and needs, our Specialists are experts in their respected fields.
★The Center is home to highly-skilled and dedicated professionals. We are a multidisciplinary group united by our passion. We are committed to providing exceptional, quality care that is uniquely designed to be sensitive to helping the individual needs of the children and families we serve across their lifespan.
★Complex medical/developmental conditions that interfere drastically with a child’s ability as well as cause families great stress.
★Disruptions in social & emotional development: fears, anxiety behaviors and stress that interfere with daily performance.
★Using a customized plan of care, we are ready to help you and your family navigate changes to bring you all to full potential.
Dr. Deb’s Center for Child & Family Development is first and foremost a community resource for evaluation, treatment, technical assistance and training.
Areas of Diagnostic Categories
- Anxiety Disorder
- Attachment Disorders
- Attention Deficit Disorders
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Behavior Challenges:
- Impulse Control
- Conduct Disorders
- Oppositional and Defiance Disorders
- Aggression and Withdraw/Isolation
- Birth Traumas
- Brachial Plexus Injuries
- Communication Disorders:
- Delays and/or Disorders of Speech & Language
- Augmentative Communication
- Oral Apraxia
- Elective Mutism
- Persistent difficulties in social use of verbal and non-verbal communication
- Eating & Feeding challenges:
- Feeding aversion and picky eaters
- Transition to table food difficulties
- Treatment for failure to thrive
- Other complex, related feeding disorders
- Emotional & Social Challenges:
- Difficulty forming peer relations
- Social awkwardness
- Families with children and youth who seek
to gain skills for enriching development,
shaping positive behavior and promote
- Genetic Conditions:
- Down Syndrome
- Any and all low incidence genetic disorders
- Gender Dysphoria:
- Personality and identity issues
- Life Transition Issues:
- Grief and Loss
- Divorce and/or Stress Issues
- Collaborative parent and co-parent training
- Mood Disorders:
- Post-Traumatic Stress
- Motor Coordination & Balance Challenges:
- Neurological Deficits, including:
- Brain Tumor
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Cerebral Palsy
- Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder
- Orthopedic or Neuromuscular Conditions:
- Muscle tone abnormalities
- Splinting needs
- Sensory Processing & Other Regulatory Challenges:
- Modulation Disorders
- Sensory over-responsivity
- Sensory under-responsivity
- Sensory craving
- Sensory-Based Motor Disorders
- Sensory Discrimination Disorder
- Visual Processing Challenges, including:
- Visual Perceptual Deficits
- Visual Motor Deficits
- Low Vision and Visual Impairments