Faculty Leadership: 
Community Partners: 
Prince George’s Community College

Project Goals:

The Children’s Developmental Clinic is a continuing education volunteer training program conducted in cooperation with Prince George’s Community College and the Department of Kinesiology in the School of Public Health at University of Maryland. 

Volunteer student clinicians are specially trained and supervised by the Children’s Developmental Clinic’s Professional Resource Staff to provide one on one support and developmental activities for children who are experiencing various developmental delays, including in the areas of motor development, speech and language, reading and social development.

Who should attend the Children’s Developmental Clinic?

  • Children between the ages of birth to 13 years
  • Children who need ongoing
    • fine and gross motor development
    • language development
    • reading support
  • Any child with coordination difficulties and/or difficulties with recreational motor skills (i.e. accessing playground equipment, ball skills, jumping, biking, etc.)

Service: Provides one on one support and developmental activities for children who are experiencing various developmental delays.

Student training opportunities: Volunteer student clinicians are specially trained and supervised by the Children’s Developmental Clinic’s professional resource staff to work with young children with developmental delays. Find important dates by following this link to the developmental clinic's website.