Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children

At Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children, our specialists (developmental pediatricians, pediatric psychologist, speech, physical and occupational therapists, audiologists, social workers and nutritionists) use state-of-the-art technology to assess your child’s developmental progress in gross motor skills, fine motor skills or speech/language skills. They work with families to create personalized treatment programs designed to help each child reach his or her highest potential.

Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children provides a comprehensive, family-centered approach to helping children with developmental needs, from infancy through adolescence. Our developmental pediatricians work together with our psychologist, therapists, audiologists, dietitians and social workers to create individualized programs for each child. This collaboration allows us to improve outcomes by evaluating each child’s ongoing needs and providing emergent therapies. Our clinic focuses on the importance of play in creating a successful home program.

Evaluation and treatment services include:

Learn more about our services.

Healthy 'n Fit

Healthy 'n Fit pediatric weight management classes begin April 1.

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  • Pediatric neurology expands to east Portland

    In April, pediatric neurologist Kit Yeng Lim, M.D., MA, will begin seeing patients at Providence Child Center to support families living in east Portland. The new clinic will also support patients receiving developmental health care from Providence Neurodevelopmenal Center for Children, Specialty Pediatric Dental Clinic, Swindells Resource Center and the Center for Medically Fragile Children. 

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  • How nurses can help fight childhood obesity

    Tara Arnold, RN, BSN, CPN, an in-patient pediatric nurse at Providence Portland Medical Center, in Portland, Ore., is fighting childhood obesity on many levels. Within the hospital she has done presentations to help nurses assess pediatric patients and has trained staff on scripting for discussing weight-related matters with patients.

    Read more
  • Giving children a voice

    Providence Child Center uses technology to help children communicate.

    Read more
  • How much noise is too much?

    Patti Pieper, D. Au., of Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children, discusses some of the things that can cause hearing loss over time and what to do to prevent hearing loss.

    Read more
  • Providence program gives non-verbal kids a voice

    For the first 16 years of her life, Chandra Mellon had to wait for someone to put words in her mouth. Cerebral palsy inhibits Mellon’s ability to speak and severely limits her mobility, so when she was hungry, uncomfortable or thirsty, the woman had to wait for one of her nurses to guess what was wrong.

    Read more
  • Providence Neurodevelopmental Child Center Centralized Order Form

    Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children (PNCC) has centralized their referral process for the greater Portland area.

    Read more
  • Twins achieve success with Healthy 'n Fit.

    With help from a hospital's diet and exercise course for overweight children and their families, the Laskowski twins have pulled down some big numbers–but not on the scale.

    Read more
  • Pediatric neurology expands to east Portland

    In April, pediatric neurologist Kit Yeng Lim, M.D., MA, will begin seeing patients at Providence Child Center to support families living in east Portland. The new clinic will also support patients receiving developmental health care from Providence Neurodevelopmenal Center for Children, Specialty Pediatric Dental Clinic, Swindells Resource Center and the Center for Medically Fragile Children. 

    Read more
  • How nurses can help fight childhood obesity

    Tara Arnold, RN, BSN, CPN, an in-patient pediatric nurse at Providence Portland Medical Center, in Portland, Ore., is fighting childhood obesity on many levels. Within the hospital she has done presentations to help nurses assess pediatric patients and has trained staff on scripting for discussing weight-related matters with patients.

    Read more
  • Giving children a voice

    Providence Child Center uses technology to help children communicate.

    Read more
  • How much noise is too much?

    Patti Pieper, D. Au., of Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children, discusses some of the things that can cause hearing loss over time and what to do to prevent hearing loss.

    Read more
  • Providence program gives non-verbal kids a voice

    For the first 16 years of her life, Chandra Mellon had to wait for someone to put words in her mouth. Cerebral palsy inhibits Mellon’s ability to speak and severely limits her mobility, so when she was hungry, uncomfortable or thirsty, the woman had to wait for one of her nurses to guess what was wrong.

    Read more
  • Providence Neurodevelopmental Child Center Centralized Order Form

    Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children (PNCC) has centralized their referral process for the greater Portland area.

    Read more
  • Twins achieve success with Healthy 'n Fit.

    With help from a hospital's diet and exercise course for overweight children and their families, the Laskowski twins have pulled down some big numbers–but not on the scale.

    Read more