University of California
Leadership Education in NeuroDiversity
Illustration by Cinyee Chiu
We are an interdisciplinary program comprised of health professionals and graduate-level fellows with a focus on understanding the impact of neurodevelopmental disabilities (ND) on individuals and families in order to improve the care & outcomes for these individuals over the lifespan.
In continuing our mission, we train future health professionals in both didactic and experiential instruction. In addition, we serve our communities, locally and telehealth, through our LEND clinic.
We are a team of diverse disciplines (primary care, social work, psychology, neurology, and public health) who work with families and individuals with ADHD, autism, and other neurodevelopmental developmental disabilities.
Our mission is to not only link families and individuals to resources, but to also offer support in managing the many resources available, tackling current issues, and planning for a successful future.
Our clinic provides care coordination, education advocacy, and family support.