Kalmanovitz Child Development Center - California Pacific Medical Center

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Suspecting your child has a developmental delay or a difference can be scary and confusing. Many families who visit us don’t know how to help their children or understand what conditions their child may have.

The experts at CPMC’s Kalmanovitz Child Development Center provide comprehensive developmental assessment and treatment programs for infants, preschoolers, school-age children and adolescents who manifest developmental delays or differences. We also help children with other special needs. A multi-disciplinary team assists families and professionals with recommendations about the child/adolescent’s developmental, behavioral and learning needs by providing diagnostic information, treatment options, consultation, continuity of service and support for families.


In existence for more than 50 years, we are the largest multi-disciplinary clinic of this kind in Northern California, providing about 18,000 visits per year. Our highly trained and caring child development experts are committed to meeting the needs of you and your child. The Center has bilingual staff in Spanish for most services, and interpreter services are available in a variety of languages for all services.

We offer a wide range of services, including:

  • Physical Therapy Evaluation and Treatment
  • Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Treatment
  • Speech Therapy Evaluation and Treatment
  • Educational Assessment and Treatment
  • Child/Adolescents Psychoeducational Assessments and Therapy
  • Parent Consultations for Developmental, Behavioral and Educational concerns
  • Newborn Intensive Care Unit (Whitney) Follow-up Clinic
  • Developmental Feeding Clinic
  • Hanen Speech-Language Consultation Programs
Additional Specialty Child Development Programs
  • Adolescent Services — For adolescents and young adults ages 12 to 21, we provide educational testing and therapy, psychological testing and therapy, assessments to diagnose learning disabilities, and consultations regarding college choices and admission testing. Consultations and community referrals are also provided. Call (415) 600-6200 for more information.
  • Integrated Social Skills Playgroups — Under staff supervision, integrated playgroups are formed to further enhance a child’s social, language, and motor skills utilizing speech and language, occupational therapy and behavioral therapy. The playgroups are for children ages 3 to 10. Please note that the costs of integrated playgroups are not covered by insurance plans. Call (415) 600-6200 for more information.
  • Early Intervention Program/GGRC — This early intervention program for children at risk for developmental disorders is supported by Golden Gate Regional Center. It assists children in many areas of development and teaches parents how to advance skill development. Children ages 5 months to 3 years spend two hours once a week in a small group, preschool-like setting. The program is staffed by an infant educator, a speech and language pathologist, a physical therapist and an occupational therapist.
    Parents participate in the support group and have access to information, resources and referrals. Each family is also eligible for three home visits a month. Families also have the option of participating in a home visit only program, where the child is seen for four to five visits a month. At age 3, children are transitioned to the school district. Call (415) 600-6200 for more information.
  • Psychological Assessment and Treatment — We provide evaluations of cognitive, academic and emotional development; short-term individual and family psychotherapy and consultations on behavior management and child rearing issues. Call (415) 600-6200 for more information.
  • School Age Learning Program — For children ages 6 to 12, we offer assessments of educational achievement, cognitive development, possible learning issues, learning aptitude, handwriting skills and psychosocial adjustment. Educational therapy is available in one-to-one or group setting for the learning disabled student. Consultations to schools can be arranged. Note that program costs are not covered by insurance plans. Call (415) 600-6200 for more information.
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