Developmental-behavioral pediatrics

Developmental-behavioral pediatricians with Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital care for children with developmental delays and behavioral conditions.

Child with developmental disorder working with a developmental-behavioral pediatrician at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis.

Developmental-behavioral pediatrics at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital

Board-certified developmental-behavioral pediatricians and neurodevelopmental disability specialists focus on your child’s physical, mental and emotional changes from birth into adulthood. As a child grows, their speech, intelligence and motor skills progress over time. Some children may experience developmental delays caused by a learning difficulty, attention disorder or a congenital condition. Developmental pediatricians with Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital specialize in the early diagnosis and treatment of pediatric developmental disorders. Your child’s first appointment starts with a conversation between you, your child and your child’s doctor. Tell us your concerns and ask us your questions – big and small. We start with a diagnosis and work with you to create a care plan that’s right for your child and family.

Comprehensive care for developmental-behavioral disorders

If you or your child’s doctor notices your child isn’t learning or behaving the way other children their age do, talk to a developmental-behavioral pediatrician with Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. You’ll find specialists experienced in diagnosing and treating these types of conditions, including:

  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Learning disorders
  • Speech or language delay
  • Intellectual disability
  • Developmental delay
  • Behavioral concerns related to neurodevelopmental conditions

If your child needs more care, your family is connected to specialty care at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. We work together to deliver comprehensive care that’s right for your child and family.

Developmental-behavioral pediatrics