Pediatric Development and Behavior
Brenner Children’s pediatricians provide medical and
neurodevelopmental evaluations and treatment for children with diagnosed or
suspected developmental disabilities.
Concentrating on toddlers, preschoolers
and young children with dual diagnoses (developmental and behavioral disorders)
and complicated Attention Deficit Disorder, Brenner Children’s specialists
provide behavioral evaluations and treatment.
Brenner Children’s operates a multidisciplinary
developmental evaluation clinic for children up to age five and a regional
intensive care nursery program follow-up clinic. Specialists also complete
neurodevelopmental evaluations for very low birth weight infants and collect
data for the NIH’s Neonatal Follow-Up Network.
A feeding clinic, called KIDS-EAT, provides a
multidisciplinary evaluation of oral feeding problems and a comprehensive
treatment plan, including follow-up and therapy.
Amos Cottage houses programs for children with special needs; and it offers a number
of outpatient developmental programs that are unique within our region.
Pediatric Developmental and Behavioral Programs
- Pediatric Eating, Assessment and Treatment Program
(KIDS-EAT): a multi-specialty clinic and treatment program for oral feeding
- Augmentative Communication and Assistive Learning Clinic: a
multidisciplinary program that offers prescriptive evaluations, treatment and
outreach services to children with expressive language impairments who have the
ability to communicate and interact with assistive devices.
- The Amos Cottage Therapeutic Day Program (TDP): licensed
through the Division of Health and Human Services and is fully accredited. The
program serves children ages 3-7 who are experiencing significant social,
emotional, and/or behavioral challenges that are causing a disruption in their
classroom setting. The TDP employs a multi-disciplinary team approach throughout
the treatment process, including the family in every phase of treatment. A
licensed Winston-Salem Forsyth County teacher provides academics while the
child is in treatment. Detailed program information can be obtained by calling