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Our team specializes in pediatric rehabilitation and uses the very latest research-based therapies in one-on-one sessions with patients and their families.
We teach families how to help their child achieve developmental milestones and develop exercises, therapy and experiences that benefit the child.
Knowing when to expect your child's developmental milestones, and alerting your pediatrician if you suspect a delay, is the best way to prevent problems.
What is a language delay? What is the difference between an expressive language disorder and a receptive language delay? Read all the Frequently Asked Questions here!
CHOC's High-Risk Infant Follow-Up Clinic is a resource for families who are concerned about their young child’s development and possible delays.
CHOC offers cardiac neurodevelopmental assessments for children with congenital heart conditions, who may be at a higher risk for developmental delays.
Hydrocephalus occurs when fluid builds up around a child or baby's brain. Read about symptoms and the new treatments being pioneered by our neurosurgeons at CHOC.
Failure to thrive is defined as slowed or halted (stopped) physical growth. Failure to thrive has many different causes.
Our goal at Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC Children’s) is to ensure that extremely low birth weight (ELBW) babies not only survive, but that they do so with fewer long-term complications.
CHOC provides expert treatment for deformations of a baby or child's head, including craniosynostosis and plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome).
Recommended book resource list for ill or hospitalized children, their siblings and families, with topics such as diabetes, grief, SIDS, autism, cancer, and more.
CHOC provides a unique multidisciplinary and comprehensive program for the diagnosis and treatment of children and teens with phenylketonuria (PKU).
The Foundation of Caring Lysosomal Storage Disorder Program at CHOC is a unique treatment program for children with lysosomal storage disorders.
Constipation is a condition in which a person has painful or infrequent bowel movements.
CHOC is designated by the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance to treat children with tuberous sclerosis, a rare disorder causing epilepsy and growths inside organs.
At CHOC, we understand that the experience of a child undergoing surgery can be stressful.
CHOC is pleased to offer a one-year, full time, pre-doctoral internship in pediatric psychology. The internship is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
Molly helps out anyone at Children’s Hospital of Orange County needing support. She might ride the CT scan to show children not to be afraid and will sometimes serve as a distraction during things like IV placements.
Titus and Ely have what scientists call late infantile Batten disease, also known as CLN2. Dr. Raymond Wang has been working with the Bowmans at Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) in Orange, CA.
The CHOC Heart Institute cares for patients with a variety of pediatric cardiology needs and offers the latest diagnosis and treatment services.
We’re proud to have cultivated an environment that not only prioritizes safety, but also emphasizes sharing and openness so that we can all learn from best practices.
Infantile spasms are very serious and should be treated as early as possible. CHOC's Level 4 epilepsy center offers the very latest treatments.
RDs In Practice: Advancing Practice in Pediatric Nutrition – Management of Pediatric Feeding Problems
RDs In Practice - June 21, 2016
CHOC offers one of the few programs in the nation that treats children with Batten disease. Learn what it is, symptoms, causes and treatment.
Through the Behavior Program at the Thompson Autism Center, our specialists work one-on-one with children to reduce challenging behaviors.