Norton Children’s Development Center

Norton Children’s Development Center, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, provides pediatric developmental-behavioral care for children with a wide range of developmental and behavioral conditions.

 

  • Multidisciplinary evaluations for diagnosing complex disorders of behavior and development
  • Feeding therapy
  • Therapy provided by multiple specialists
  • Neuropsychological evaluations
  • Behavior therapy with parent coaching
  • Medication management

Norton Children’s Development Center provides outpatient and outreach consultations across Kentucky. Services include diagnostic evaluations, medication management, therapy, family support and resources for a wide range of conditions. Staff actively participate in the training of professionals who are involved in the care of children with special health care needs. Clinicians are involved in clinical research, not only in developmental/behavioral pediatrics, but also in collaboration with other allied health professionals. The program maintains national, state and local prominence through its many unique services.


Why Choose Norton Children’s Development Center?

“We provide multidisciplinary care for a wide range of conditions to help children and families have the best outcomes possible. We work to help families understand their child’s unique strengths to help them thrive.”

Maria R. Mendoza, M.D.
Director
Norton Children’s Development Center

What We Treat

What we treat

We provide care for children with a wide range of developmental or behavioral conditions.

Patient Support

Our Team

Our multidisciplinary team includes developmental-behavioral pediatricians, nurse practitioners, child psychologists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, nutritionists and social workers with the experience and training to provide care that’s “Just for Kids.”

Locations

Locations

We provide outpatient consultations in Louisville as well as in outreach locations across Kentucky.

Developmental-behavioral pediatrics and Genetics – 5347

Norton Children’s Development Center

(502) 588-0850

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