We provide excellent care through several clinics in the Child Development Center.
The MET is an evaluation program for children with complex developmental problems.
We provide comprehensive multi-specialty team evaluations for children, ages 2-6 years old, with difficulties related to one or more of the following:
Multi-Specialty Team includes:
The Selective Mutism Program provides assessment and treatment for children with selective mutism and social anxiety disorder.
The School Performance Program provides comprehensive evaluations and diagnosis for a variety of problems that can affect a child's school performance. This multidisciplinary clinic is designed to meet the diagnostic and treatment needs of children with a variety of conditions that affect interpersonal, academic, social, emotional, behavioral and family well-being.
Some diagnoses that may be appropriate for referral to the School Performance Program include:
Direct interventions include:
Treatment components are multifaceted and designed to meet the needs of each child and family. Parent training and education is offered for families of children with ADHD/ODD. Therapy for individual families and their child also is available, as is individual therapy for the child. Contact with school personnel, as needed, is available. Where appropriate, medication management of developmental and psychiatric conditions is available.
The International Adoption Clinic (IAC) offers services to families adopting children from outside the United States, many of whom may have medical or developmental needs. Only a few such programs are offered throughout the country and no other exists in Wisconsin. View the International Adoption Clinic Web site for additional details.
The clinic provides:
Pediatrics Child DevelopmentChild Development Center(Located at the Lilly Centre)13800 W. North Ave.Brookfield, WI 53005
(262) 432-6600 | Fax: (262) 432-6604
Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226
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