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Child Development Centre (CDC) is a specialised one-stop centre within ParkCity Medical Centre providing holistic services to accurately assess and intervene children with special needs. CDC’s highly specialized medical and allied health professionals aims to provide a co-ordinated multidisciplinary team approach and family-centred service to ensure accurate diagnosis and integrated intervention program. Besides these, CDC is also to provide continuous psycho-emotional and psycho-educational support to parents/caregivers/family members of children with special needs.
CDC is also working towards becoming an advocate for the children and their parents/caregivers to ensure their rights are met and inclusivity and/or special privileges are provided by the government especially in the educational and social environment systems. It aims to contribute by increasing public awareness through events that will promote inclusivity of children with special needs in daily life activities.
Our primary multidisciplinary team consist of developmental paediatrician, clinical psychologist, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, audiologist, physiotherapist, dietician, and optometrist.
In summary, PMC CDC is a one-stop Centre providing comprehensive multidisciplinary assessment and intervention for children with special needs and provide effective support to their families.
Interdisciplinary team approach to provide thorough assessment to ensure accurate diagnosis, followed by integrated intervention program.
Provide psycho-emotional and psychoeducational support to parents and caregivers.
Increase public awareness through events that promote inclusivity of children with special needs in daily life activities and communities.
The CDC team in ParkCity Medical Centre is made up of a team of specialized medical professionals and dedicated allied health professionals:
Our multidisciplinary team provides assessment and intervention to children with developmental conditions, such as: