Children's Specialized Hospital Outpatient Center – Eatontown

Our new outpatient center offers convenient access to our specialized services to the kids and families of Monmouth County. From physical, occupational and speech therapy to developmental and behavioral services, this state-of-the-art facility will offer a wide variety of specialized pediatric care you won’t find anywhere else in the area.

Physician/Medical Services

Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics evaluates and counsels children and families with a wide range of developmental conditions including: developmental delays, including language, fine, or gross motor challenges; developmental disabilities like Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), intellectual disability, and cerebral palsy; learning disabilities; externalizing disorders such as ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder; Tics, Tourette syndrome, and other habit disorders; and, challenges with activities of daily living, including feeding, complicated toilet-training (enuresis and encopresis) and sleep. Although children may already receive services through Early Intervention or their public school district, school-based evaluations typically do not make medical diagnoses such as autism or ADHD – these diagnoses usually require evaluation by a medical provider, such as a developmental pediatrician.

Therapy Services

Audiology services provide comprehensive diagnostic evaluations for routine diagnostic, behavioral, and conventional audiometry as well as non-behavioral audiometric tests and auditory processing evaluations for children.

Nutrition services include our experienced pediatric dieticians counseling children, adolescents, and their parents on a variety of nutritional issues. These issues include weight management, failure to thrive, tube feeding adjustments, food allergies and special therapeutic diets such as those ordered for diabetes, high cholesterol and hypertension.

Occupational Therapy promotes functional independence for a child who is dealing with the effects of disease, injury, birth anomalies, disability, or developmental problems.

Physiatry services assist children with conditions that impact their neurologic, muscular and/or skeletal systems such as cerebral palsy, brain injury, spinal cord injury, muscular dystrophy, neuromuscular disorders, musculoskeletal conditions and chronic pain.

Physical Therapy helps patients reach their full potential by minimizing impairments while promoting mobility and function for participation in their home and community.

Psychology services can assist children with behavioral difficulties, panic disorders, social skill deficits, peer and sibling problems, trauma, abuse, adjustment problems, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders. Comprehensive assessments, including psycho-diagnostic evaluations, educational evaluations, and clinical assessments are done to clarify a child’s diagnosis.

Speech & Language Therapy evaluates a child’s ability to talk, speak clearly, communicate with others, understand common words, follow directions, eat and drink. They provide age-appropriate activities to improve speech, communication, and feeding skills, and are adept at encouraging and motivating patients to reach their goals.

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Children's Specialized Hospital Outpatient Center – Eatontown