The Developmental Paediatrics team at Yashoda Hospital hold special expertise in providing comprehensive medical care to children and adolescents suffering from impairments of typical brain function that often affect their behaviour, memory, and ability to learn.
In today's times, children and families are facing behavioural, developmental, and parenting problems, which deeply impacts our day to day living, enhanced competitiveness, and the availability of broad technology in the form of gadgets and device etc.
At Yashoda hospital, our multidisciplinary team consists of a developmental paediatrician who collaborates with many other specialists like a developmental therapist, psychologist, neurologist, neonatologist, psychiatrist, paediatric social worker, physical therapist, occupational therapist, and speech therapists. Our team understand the child and evaluates child development and examines where the challenges lie. Our team then plan an individualized treatment option such as, if the need arises, we work with an occupational therapist who can help the child acquire skills which are necessary to perform activities or occupation of daily life.
At Yashoda hospital, we believe in coordinated care, where we closely with the child's primary care physician, the family, and, whenever appropriate, school and community health resources. We also provide support at the school level, where we interact with the child's teachers and staff for concessions and considerations.
In every case, our aim is to help the child in the process of mental, physical, and social development from infancy to young adulthood and attain his or her full potential.
Developmental Pediatrics is a medical speciality where your child is assessed for developmental, learning, or behavioural problem. Our professional developmental-behavioural paediatrician has the training and expertise to evaluate and care for your child.
The Developmental-behavioral paediatricians possess the basic education and background to deal with, in their assessments and treatments, for therapeutic management of the psychosocial conditions of children’s and adolescents’ developmental and behavioural issues.
Developmental-behavioural paediatricians comprehend that children’s outcome and behaviour develop early and foremost in the surroundings of the family. They examine and understand the family's view of the problem and the impact of the child's problem on the family.
Developmental-behavioural paediatricians counsel the child with developmental and behavioural problems by working closely with schools, preschools, teachers, family and other agencies involved with developmental care and education.
Some of the significant conditions we treat at our Developmental Paediatrics Unit include:
Our department of Developmental Paediatrics Unit provide assessments and intervention planning for the following issues: