The Behavioral Health Services comprehensive approach to care is provided by a multidisciplinary team – which may include a psychiatrist, developmental-behavioral pediatrician, nurse practitioner, psychologist, clinical social worker, and clinical counselor – to determine the best treatment options for each child and adolescent.
The Infant Neurodevelopmental Clinic at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is dedicated to the assessment of children ages birth to 2 years who have motor delays. Children undergo medical and therapy evaluations to assist in diagnosis and recommendations for treatment. The clinic is multi-disciplinary and referrals can be made to other specialists as needed. Children with a primary concern of language delay are not seen in this clinic.
If you think your child or family could benefit from Nationwide Children’s Behavioral Health Services, please call (614) 355-8080 or request an appointment.