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Riley Child Development Center - Riley Hospital for Children

Last Update:12/15/2016
Address:705 Riley Hospital Dr., Room 5837
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5225
Phone:(317) 944-8167
Toll Free:
Fax:(317) 944-9760
The mission of the Riley Child Development Center (RCDC) is to provide leadership education excellence in neurodevelopment and related disabilities to professionals who are preparing for careers in health care and other fields which enhance the quality of life for children with developmental disabilities and their families.
Program Description

The Riley Child Development Center provides interdisciplinary diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of children from infancy through adulthood who have known or suspected developmental delays, behavior and/or learning problems, and stressful life situations.

The Center is housed in Riley Hospital for Children, Indiana's only tertiary care hospital in the state. The Riley Child Development Center is part of a national network of training programs providing intensive interdisciplinary assessment services funded by the Bureau of Maternal and Child Health. Its mission is to support the independence, productivity, and integration into the community of all citizens across the lifespan with neurodevelopmental and related disabilities.

Riley Child Development Center is also a provider for First Steps, Indiana's Early Intervention Program for children 0 to 3. Assessment services for First Steps are available in psychology, social work, and speech-language to address concerns with development, autism, behavior, attachment, feeding, and sleeping. Referrals for First Steps assessment can be made through your First Steps Service Coordinator.

* Medicaid is accepted. * Medicare is accepted. * Private insurance is accepted.
Behavior Health/Therapy
Developmental Delays/Disability
First Steps/Early Intervention
Learning Disabilities
Counties Serviced
Entire State
7172 Graham Road, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46250 E-Mail:

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