Pediatric Behavior and Development

Pediatric Behavior and Development

Every child deserves to meet his or her full potential. Let us help your child with developmental delays or behavior problems. 

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Behavior and development support

Our Behavior and Development Program can help with many behavior and development issues your child may have, including:

  • Suspected Autism (problems communicating or interacting)
  • Attention problems
  • Behavior problems
  • Speech delays
  • Complex behavior problems
  • Speech disorders
  • Learning and school problems
  • Sensorineural hearing loss (problems with the inner ear, also called nerve-related hearing loss), cochlear implants (devices that do the work of the inner ear) and hearing aides
  • Sleep disorders, including narcolepsy (also called sleep attacks)
  • Bedwetting and soiling problems
  • Global developmental delay (when a child develops more slowly in all areas compared to other children of the same age)
  • Intellectual disability (when a child learns slowly and has trouble learning important life skills, such as self-care, social skills and personal safety skills)

Our team of specialists

Our team has many experts on staff. Depending on the care your child needs, the care team may include:

  • Doctors
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Nurse care manager
  • Education liaison
  • Speech therapists
  • Pediatric Neuropsychologists
  • Post-doctoral students

What happens when you’re referred

Every child needs a referral. Once referred, we’ll call you and ask you to fill out an intake packet. The information you share about your child’s health history, and behavior or development issues, helps us offer the best services for your child.

Our waitlist begins the day we get your completed intake packet, not the date the referral is made. Please return your completed packet as soon as possible to help shorten the wait time for your child’s appointment.

Please turn in all forms, along with any previous testing you child has had. This includes:

  • School, intermediate unit or early intervention evaluation reports
  • Speech and language reports
  • Neuropsychological tests
  • Occupational therapy reports
  • Vision or hearing tests
  • Your child’s medical records and growth curves

Every child deserves to meet his or her full developmental potential privately or through the school system.

Contact us

New Patient Referrals: 800-233-4082, option #4
Scheduling (Dr. Ramer): 717-531-7010. Option #1
Scheduling (Dr. Tierney): 717-531-6807 or 866-204-0035
Outpatient Scheduling: 717-531-6807 or 866-204-0035
Fax: 717-531-0276