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Shenandoah Valley Child Development Clinic

Shenandoah Valley

Child Development Clinic

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COVID-19 Information

We are currently open and seeing clients through a mix of telehealth and in-person appointments! At the Shenandoah Valley Child Development Clinic, the health and safety of our clients and our staff come first. Therefore, with the guidance of the CDC, Virginia Department of Health, and JMU, we’ve implemented a number of precautions to limit the spread of COVID-19 and make every visit as safe as possible. We screen clients before visits for symptoms of COVID-19, require the use of masks or face coverings, and sanitize our materials and rooms. If you have any questions about our protocol, please feel free to ask!

View a list of COVID-19 resources to help your children and family.

The Shenandoah Valley Child Development Clinic is part of James Madison University. Please view official university information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Information

The Shenandoah Valley Child Development Clinic (CDC)

is committed to providing comprehensive interdisciplinary assessments for children and adolescents who are suspected of having developmental delays and/or disabilities. Our staff offers medical, psychological, educational, and social evaluations to assist in determining a child’s needs. Recommendations are generated from the evaluation for parents and professionals to assist with care planning, referrals, follow-up care coordination, and intervention services.

The CDC provides interdisciplinary evaluations for children/adolescents with:

  • Developmental Delays
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Specific Learning Disabilities
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Behavioral/Emotional Disorders
  • ADHD and other Disorders or Disabilities
  • Gifted Evaluations (also available)
  • Educational/Academic Evaluations