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Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center offers a wide variety of services to help disabled and chronically ill children and adolescents in our community.

Early Steps Early Steps provides multidisciplinary evaluations to infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) who are at risk for, or who have, developmental disabilities or handicapping conditions. Early Steps also provides educational support and therapeutic interventions.

Comprehensive Family AIDS Program We offer wraparound services to infants, children, youth, women and families infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. CFAP is a “one-stop location” for medical care, emergency assistance, access to research, mental health services and special activities.

Research – Committed to increasing services and resources for our patients, CDTC has a distinguished history of participation in nationally recognized research.  The Center’s Research Program is one of only three non-university sites in country for pediatric clinic trials funded by National Institutes of Health.

Primary CareOur clinics provide family-centered primary and specialty healthcare for children with chronic illnesses and disabilities.  Our Medical Home clinic services also include nutrition, health education, developmental assessment and medical case management to assure that families are linked to other necessary supports and services.

Dental Clinic – In February 2015, the Dental Home Program celebrated its first year since having opened, serving more than 600 children that required specialized dental treatment services. Services include: exams, cleanings, sealants, fluoride treatments, restorations, extractions and other procedures.

Broward Health Pharmacy at CDTC – Our onsite pharmacy opened in 2022, providing families easy to access prescriptions and over the counter medications just outside of our Primary Care Center or delivered to their home. 

Continuous Care Program

In 2020 & 2021, CDTC pivoted to ensure that our children with special healthcare needs and their families continued to receive the care and support necessary to maintain their best health possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Continuous Care Program