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The CHOC Metabolic Disorder program is a multidisciplinary team committed to family-focused care for children and adults with inborn metabolic disorders
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!
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is characterized by problems with social communication/interactions and restricted, repetitive behaviors.
We teach families how to help their child achieve developmental milestones and develop exercises, therapy and experiences that benefit the child.
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.
Ranked by U.S. News and World Report, CHOC's neurology and neurosurgery specialists treat children with conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system.
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.
At the CHOC Research Institute, our work focuses on developing treatments for children with rare conditions that do not respond to traditional treatments.
The Foundation of Caring Lysosomal Storage Disorder Program at CHOC is a unique treatment program for children with lysosomal storage disorders.
What is Craniosynostosis? Here you will find everything about Craniosynostosis in babies: treatment, causes, symptoms and more.
Gastroparesis is a stomach disorder in which the stomach takes too long in emptying its contents. Food remaining in the stomach too long can cause problems.
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 neurologists research a full spectrum of pediatric disorders related to brain, spine, muscle, central and peripheral nervous systems.
Failure to thrive is defined as slowed or halted (stopped) physical growth. Failure to thrive has many different causes.
In the pages of this year’s Annual Report, you will meet members of this compassionate community who together fuel the engine that drives CHOC Children’s.
Childhood Depression, ADHD, and an array of mental illnesses are treatable, particularly in children.
CHOC Children’s is leading the way to provide much-needed resources for children suffering from mental illnesses like depression.
Our board-certified genetic specialists diagnose and manage common genetic conditions and birth defects, as well as have experience in very rare diseases.
The CHOC Multidisciplinary Feeding Program and Rehabilitation Team uses special guidelines for slowly introducing food concepts and eating to children who struggle with feeding disorders and delays while carefully balancing the child’s nutritional needs.
RDs In Practice: Advancing Practice in Pediatric Nutrition – Management of Pediatric Feeding Problems
RDs In Practice - June 21, 2016
We invite you to see how some of these truly shining stars view CHOC Children’s. You will be inspired by their “Through the eyes of…” stories.
Epileptic encephalopathies are an epileptic condition characterized by early-onset seizures. Learn everything you need to know at CHOC.org.
CHOC's Cleft and Craniofacial Program multidisciplinary team uses the latest techniques to treat children with cleft lip, cleft palate and other disorders.
What are infantile spasms? Read everything about infantile spasms and seizures: treatment, causes, symptoms and more.
If your baby has been diagnosed with a condition, we provide expert counseling on what to expect and the treatment your baby will receive after birth.