We're dedicated to maximizing our patients’ potential and nurturing their strengths. Our dedicated providers work to help children return to health and wellness or gain new skills and abilities that they aren't able to learn on their own.  

The staff at Randall Children’s Hospital understands that children have different needs than adults, and all of our professionals are fully licensed and specially trained in pediatrics. We've designed our facilities for babies, children and their families, with kid-friendly waiting rooms and size-appropriate equipment with the most advanced technology.  

We strongly believe in family-first care and value input from parents. Our team works with caregivers to include their goals into children’s treatment sessions. Beyond that, we involve the whole family in all phases of care to help their child realize their full potential. 
Our goal is always to provide high-quality service and a wide range of care for children with special needs and their families.  

NICU Follow-Up Care

Babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) often have medical or developmental challenges other infants don’t face. That’s why after they go home, we often recommend follow-up care to promote their health and well-being after their NICU stay.  

Our comprehensive follow-up program brings together the child’s pediatrician with nurses, therapists and other specialists to address and treat any medical needs or developmental delays and give them the extra care and attention they might need.  

By working as a team, with a group of medical professionals and caregivers, we’re able to develop a personalized plan for each and every child. We’re also able to give families the extra education, resources or support they need to help their child grow.  

Services might include medical, developmental, nutritional or psychological treatment.  Addressing any conditions or weaknesses early leads to better outcomes — which means happy, healthy babies who grow into happy, healthy kids, teens and adults.   

The number of follow-up visits will vary depending on the patient, but we may recommend checking in every few months until your child is two or three years old.  

A Lifetime of Care: Long-Term Care Services

Caring for a child with complex medical needs requires caring for the whole family. The extra time and energy spent on care in the hospital and at home can be overwhelming and tiring for caregivers and siblings. We aim to support the whole family through the challenges along their journey toward health and wellness.  

Conditions We Treat: 

  • Autism/autism spectrum disorder 
  • Brain injuries 
  • Cerebral palsy  
  • Cleft lip/palate  
  • Developmental delay  
  • Failure to thrive/poor weight gain/underweight 
  • Feeding and swallowing difficulties  
  • Food allergies/GI conditions  
  • Genetic disorders  
  • Neuromuscular problems  
  • Obstetrical brachial plexus injuries and other peripheral nerve injuries 
  • Oncology-related effects  
  • Orthopedic injuries and disorders  
  • Other congenital anomalies  
  • Pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction  
  • Post-concussion  
  • Prematurity  
  • Reflex neurovascular dystrophy  
  • Sensory processing and regulatory disorders 
  • Speech and language disorders  
  • Spinal cord injuries and defects  
  • Vestibular disorders 

Services We Provide:

  • Augmentative communication 
  • Audiology and hearing aid management
  • Cerebral palsy management 
  • Cleft and craniofacial disorders management
  • Development and behavioral pediatrics
  • Dietitian/nutrition consultation 
  • Feeding and swallowing 
  • Genetics 
  • Genetic counseling 
  • Inpatient pediatric rehabilitation 
  • Modified Barium Swallow Study (MBSS)
  • Myofunctional therapy (certified) 
  • Nasoendoscopy 
  • Occupational therapy 
  • Orthotic, splinting, serial casting 
  • Outpatient pediatric rehabilitation 
  • Pediatric neuropsychology 
  • Physiatry 
  • Physical therapy 
  • Speech and language therapy
  • Tube feeding management
  • Wheelchair and equipment management 

Locations and Referrals

We require a referral from a primary care provider for developmental medicine. Please contact the child’s pediatrician to discuss a referral to our team.  

Randall Children's Hospital  
Pediatric Development and Rehabilitation 

2801 N. Gantenbein Ave., Suite 2225 
Portland, OR 97227 
Phone: 503-413-4505 
Fax: 503-413-4719 
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Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center
19250 S.W. 65th Ave. 
Medical Plaza Office Building 1, Suite 125
Tualatin, OR 97062
Phone: 503-692-1670
Fax: 503-692-1669
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center 
Legacy Children's Center–Salmon Creek 

2121 N.E. 139th St.
Medical Office Building A, Suite 200
Vancouver, WA 98686
Phone: 360-487-1777
Fax: 360-487-1779
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