Eugene Programs

CDRC EugeneThe Eugene campus of the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center provides interdisciplinary clinical services for persons with developmental disabilities and other special health care needs.

The following links provide a complete description of services offered at our Eugene campus.

Community Connections Network

At CDRC we work very closely with our OCCYSHN partners and CCN teams to ensure children across the state have access to resources and information.

CCN Teams work to address the needs of Children and Youth with Special Health Needs in their own communities. 

CDRC Eugene Programs

800 637-0700
541 346-3575

CDRC Eugene programs and services are provided at the Clinical Services Building on the University of Oregon campus.

  • Child Development
    The Child Development Program at the Eugene campus provides evaluation and treatment for children with developmental delays, learning disabilities, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorders.
  • Communication Disorders
    We evaluate and treat children with a variety of communication issues, and provide treatment for such issues as speech, language, articulation, and more.
  • Feeding and Nutrition
    The Feeding and Nutrition program at CDRC Eugene serves those experiencing challenges with feeding and swallowing.
  • Neurodevelopmental
    The Neurodevelopmental program treats children with issues such as cerebral palsy, developmental delays, attention deficit disorders and other issues. 
  • Outreach clinics
    CDRC provides many offsite clinics across the state that help families find treatment for issues including, metabolic disorders, pediatric cardiology, endocrinology, and nephrology.
  • Pediatric Psychology Program
    The CDRC Pediatric Psychology Program is dedicated to improving the psychological, behavioral, emotional, and social well-being of children and adolescents.
  • Spina Bifida
    Children with Spina Bifida need specialized care throughout their lives. CDRC is one of the few places where children and families can receive individualized, family centered care.