Institute for Child Development and Family Relations
The Institute for Child Development and Family Relations has four active units: 1) A model laboratory school, which serves both typically and atypically developed infants through kindergarten-age children; 2) A child assessment and development center, which provides assessment and diagnostic services for families; 3) A parenting and family relations resources center, which provides education, training and child and family counseling to the community; and 4) The existing University Center for Developmental Disabilities, which serves children with autism and other pervasive developmental disabilities and their families. The Institute also houses a number of clinical and research programs, including Community University Initiative for the Development of Attention and Readiness (CUIDAR) and the SART Pediatric Assessment Referral and Treatment Center with the County First 5 Commission.
Director: Mark Agars email@example.com 537-3844 firstname.lastname@example.org 909-537-3679
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