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Nemours Children's Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics - Orlando, Florida

UPDATED: March 7, 2022

Nemours Children's developmental behavioral pediatricians help kids learn and grow to their highest ability. We assess how children are progressing physically, emotionally, socially or intellectually.

Our team evaluates delays in communication, movement or motor skills. We look into why anxiety aggression, outbursts or trouble focusing happens. We diagnose learning differences and conditions that affect development, like autism spectrum disorders.

We’re experts at untangling different problems that can happen at once. We see kids early, even babies. This can mean timely treatment and better outcomes. We also work with children who have special health needs like cerebral palsy and Down syndrome.

You can count on us to create a care plan that focuses on your child’s success at home, school and with friends. Our team supports and guides you every step of the way. We want your child to live their best, happiest life.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance

Address:

Nemours Children's Hospital - Orlando, Florida
6535 Nemours Parkway
Orlando, FL 32827
United States

Website:

www.nemours.org

Phone:

(800) 416-4441

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