The Case Department of Neurology is integrated into the Neurological Institute at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. The Department includes approximately 60 full-time faculty based at six sites in Cleveland: University Hospitals - Cleveland Medical Center, Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Chagrin Highlands Health Center, Richmond Medical Center, Bedford Medical Center, St. John's Medical Center and Case Western Reserve School of Medicine.
Clinical consultations and laboratory services are also available in the surrounding community at the University Suburban Health Center in South Euclid, the Westlake Health Center in Westlake, Ohio, the Park East Medical Building in Beachwood, and the Chagrin Highlands Health Center in Beachwood.
Located at our Hospital for Rehabilitation Campus, the center is the only one in Ohio offering diagnostic services and treatment based on applied behavioral analysis in an educational setting.
Housed in the Debra Ann November Wing, the Center for Autism is a state-of-the-art facility designed specifically to provide a low-stimulation learning environment.
Within the center, the Lerner School for Autism is a chartered, non-public school serving students ages 5 to 22.
Services include: Home-based program development School consultations Training for community providers Outreach services
Monarch provides a comprehensive living and learning environment for children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our innovative Monarch School and Monarch Boarding Academy (MBA) are grounded in a visual language immersion treatment Model that is respectful, empowering and kind.
Our professionals are focused on the creation of a positive cycle of learning. We empower our students by enabling communication. Monarch students learn to voice their needs, connect others to their experiences and comment on their environment and life. The Monarch Model allows students to achieve their maximum potential as learners, and ultimately, as members of their families and communities.
As one of Ohio’s largest non-profit agencies committed to children, PEP provides services – both direct and consultative in nature – for children with severe mental health and behavioral challenges, their families and the professionals who support them.
PEP is committed to understanding and overcoming the significant trauma and chronic stress experienced by many of the children we serve. Programs include six PEP Day Treatment Centers, PEP Connections, PEP Early Childhood Plus and PEP Assist.
Comprehensive Evaluation for Diagnosing Autism Spectrum Disorder
If you suspect that your child has an autism spectrum disorder, or your child’s pediatrician or teacher has raised concerns, you need answers. Our program utilizes an autism patient navigator model to support your entire family through the process.
If your child receives an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis, our team will work with your family to help you understand what to expect for your child’s future and establish a care plan.
If it’s determined that your child’s behaviors and development fall on the normal spectrum of child development, we can work with you to identify tools and strategies for handling the behaviors and issues that concern you.
Autism Speaks is a national organization. The Ohio chapter is located in Independence, OH, and serves all communities in Ohio.
Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. We do this through advocacy and support, increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism, and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.