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6 Item(s) found for:  Center on Human Development and Disability 

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Autism spectrum disorders: Medications   English
Abstract: This booklet details the use of medications in the treatment of the symptoms and behaviors linked to autism. Common questions are answered, and resources to learn more are listed. Also included are a behaviors and symptoms checklist and a worksheet to help make medication choices.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2004
UWMC Dept: Center on Human Development and Disability
Revised Date: 2/2004
Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Clinic: At the Center on Human Development and Disability   English
Abstract: This brochure describes the Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Clinic and how the clinic can help children with congenital heart disease. The clinic is part of the Center on Human Development and Disability at the University of Washington.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2015
UWMC Dept: Center on Human Development and Disability
Revised Date: 10/2016
Down Syndrome Specialty Clinic: At the Center on Human Development and Disability   English
Abstract: This brochure describes services offered by the Down Syndrome Specialty Clinic, part of the Center on Human Development and Disability at University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. It includes what to expect at a clinic visit.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2016
UWMC Dept: Center on Human Development and Disability
Revised Date: 10/2016
Infant Development Follow-up Clinic   English
Abstract: This brochure describes the Infant Development Follow-up Clinic and how the clinic can help children who are at risk for developmental problems. The clinic is part of the Center on Human Development and Disability at the University of Washington.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2015
UWMC Dept: Center on Human Development and Disability
Revised Date: 10/2015
Late and Moderate Preterm Babies (LAMBs) Follow-up Clinic: At CHDD   English
Abstract: This brochure explains the services provided at the Late and Moderate Preterm Babies Follow-up Clinic, also called the LAMBs Clinic, at the Center on Human Development and Disability in Seattle, WA.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2017
UWMC Dept: Center on Human Development and Disability
Revised Date: 4/2017
Your child's assessment team: At the Child Development Clinic   Amharic Chinese English Somalian Spanish Vietnam
Abstract: This handout describes the team that will work with you and your child at the Child Development Clinic, part of the Center on Human Development and Disability (CHDD) at UWMC. Included on the assessment team are a clinic nurse or medical assistant, a developmental pediatrician, a psychologist, an occupational or physical therapist, a nutritionist, a speech/language pathologist, an audiologist, and a social worker.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2010
UWMC Dept: Center on Human Development and Disability
Revised Date: 1/2010
 
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