The Yale Child Study Center's Developmental Disabilities Clinics offer multidisciplinary evaluations provided by a team of experts in assessment and diagnosis of complex developmental disorders from infancy into adulthood. Evaluations address cognitive or developmental functioning, speech, language, and communication, play, social and adaptive skills, as well as psychiatric assessment. Evaluations culminate in a discussion with parents regarding results of the assessment and recommendations for treatment and follow-up family support. Parents receive a comprehensive report regarding results of the evaluation and recommendations for educational planning and treatment.
The Initiative for Girls and Women with Autism Spectrum Disorders offers resources and recreational activities for girls, teens and young women diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. For more information about this initiative, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203) 737 4337.
The Toddler Developmental Disabilities Clinic provides specialized diagnostic services for children from birth to three years of age. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact Evelyn Pomichter at Evelyn.Pomichter@yale.edu or call (203) 764-5933.
The Developmental Disabilities Clinic serves children aged 3 and older, adolescents, and adults. To make an appointment for individuals older than 3 or for more information, please contact Danette Morrison at email@example.com or call (203) 785-3420.
The Yale Integrated Care Clinic for Autism (YICCA) offers long-term care for adolescents and adults with autism, including a combination of psychotherapy, medication management, group therapy, and focused coaching. For more information, please contact Erin MacDonnell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203) 737-3439.