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.
Spring 2020 Training Schedule
Training Sessions: 2 Saturdays; February 1st & February 8th
Clinic Sessions: 9 Saturdays from Feb. 15th through May 2nd, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
- Note: there will be no Clinic on March 14th, 21st, and April 11th
Location: SPH building, matted gym, ground floor (SPH 0107)
Note: Every volunteer will be fingerprinted and have a background check.
- This is free of charge and is part of our mandatory training sessions.
Become a Volunteer
Students commit to volunteering for the full semester. To get involved, simply show up to the first training session.
You can also earn elective credit for your participation by registering for KNES389E.
One on One Support
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.
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.)