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Chattanooga Clinic

Serving children with autism, ADHD, and other special needs

Diagnosis & Therapy Services

The Center for Developmental Pediatrics at Siskin Children’s Institute was established in 2009 to serve children with special needs and their families in the Chattanooga region. With an interdisciplinary approach to early identification and intervention for neurodevelopmental concerns, our professionals work collaboratively with families to support the unique needs of each child.

Our team consists of specialists in the areas of developmental pediatrics, speech pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, behavior psychology and applied behavior analysis.

Please see our referral page for more information regarding service age ranges.

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Chattanooga Autism Diagnosis

Our Chattanooga clinic is pleased to offer autism evaluations for children ages 18 months to 5 years old. An official diagnosis is required before starting therapy, and at Siskin, families can receive an autism diagnosis in Chattanooga within 1-2 months compared to the 6-12 months most families encounter. If you are concerned about your child’s development and would like an autism evaluation, ask your pediatrician for a referral to Siskin to get started.

Autism Diagnosis

Chattanooga Clinic
The pediatric center is located inside Siskin Children's Institute's facility in downtown Chattanooga, across from the Chattanooga Convention Center. Visitors can park for free in the Institute's parking lot and enter through the Institute's front entrance on Carter Street.
1101 Carter St.
Chattanooga, TN 37402
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Mon - Fri | 8am - 5pm
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Applied Behavior Analysis Services Director
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The Center for Developmental Pediatrics at Siskin Children’s Institute is affiliated with the Department of Pediatrics with the University Of Tennessee College Of Medicine Chattanooga and with Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. This collaboration increases the access to a wide range of specialty medical services that are needed to provide high-quality comprehensive care to our patients.