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Public Schools Interdisciplinary Services

Faculty at the CIDD consult with Chapel Hill Carrboro School System teachers, counselors, Exceptional Children's program personnel, and parents regarding students who are experiencing developmental, behavioral, and/or learning issues. Assessments are performed in the classroom, at the schools, or at the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities, depending upon the referral and assessment needs.
Evaluation services will include multiple disciplines and be problem focused. Diagnostic clarification of the underlying developmental disability will not be an area of focus in this clinic. Underlying developmental disabilities considered appropriate may include Autism Spectrum Disorders (all severity levels) and all developmental disabilities where an intellectual disability is primary feature regardless of etiology. Children and adults with primary Axis I Psychiatric Disorders without a co-morbid developmental disability as described above are not appropriate for this clinic.

For more information, please contact: Rebecca Pretzel, Ph.D., Psychology

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