Our mission is to enhance children’s opportunities for successful living by providing individualized research-based clinical services.
The Dan L Duncan Programs at the Children’s Learning Institute were created through the generosity of the Dan L Duncan family. Their mission is to enhance children’s opportunities for successful living by providing them with individualized research-based clinical services. A highly unique aspect of our clinics is our focus on finding the most effective approaches for correcting child developmental and learning problems through a clinic structure that allows our research to inform our practice.
“The decision to establish the Dan L Duncan Children’s Neurodevelopmental Clinic was an easy choice for our family. Our children are our future. My family has been very blessed in a lot of ways. Through this gift, we established a place where families can get the professional expertise and guidance they need without having to go through the challenges we experienced.” – Randa Duncan Williams
The Dan L Duncan Children’s Neurodevelopment Clinic, part of UT Physicians, provides comprehensive assessments of children, adolescents, and young adults who are thought to have developmental or behavioral problems, autism spectrum disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and learning disabilities such as dyslexia.
The UT Physicians Pediatric Center for Autism and Related Conditions recognizes that the challenges faced by children with developmental concerns are complex neurodevelopmental issues in which multiple developmental concerns likely overlap and require a comprehensive look at every child. This understanding guides our approach to utilizing patient-centered, evidence-based methods in our diagnostic evaluations and our treatment recommendations.
The Neuropsychological Services for Neurological Conditions Clinic, previously housed at CLI, is no longer accepting patients. For referrals, reach out to your physician, contact our Dan L Duncan Children’s Neurodevelopmental Clinic, or visit UT Physicians for alternate providers.