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Child Learning Disability and Neuropsychology Clinic

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This is a diagnostic clinic at the University of Denver to which children and adolescents are referred because of concerns about possible learning disorders, including dyslexia, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, speech/language disorders, intellectual disability, or broader neuropsychological problems related to certain genetic (sex chromosome imbalance or fragile X syndrome), psychiatric conditions (e.g. Tourette syndrome or bipolar disorder), or brain injury.

This Clinic is part of Dr. Pennington’s Developmental Neuropsychology Center which studies the etiology and neuropsychology of learning disorders. This Center is part of the Department of Psychology and the interdisciplinary Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience program at the University of Denver (DU), which Dr. Pennington heads.

 
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