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The Clínica Corachan Neurodevelopment Unit aims to offer a comprehensive response to the needs of children, teenagers and their families in the field of health and learning. We have a multidisciplinary team of professionals who are highly specialised in assessing and treating children with developmental difficulties, behavioural disorders and/or learning difficulties.

The services included in the neurodevelopment unit are the following:

  • Clinical and perinatal psychology
  • Neuropsychology
  • Clinical child psychology
  • Early care
  • Paediatric physiotherapy and psychomotricity
  • Speech therapy and Myofunctional therapy
  • Occupational therapy and Sensorial integration
  • Music therapy

The unit has specific programmes designed to provide differential care for children and their families depending on the difficulties they have and their age. The care programmes are:

When to contact us

It is often difficult for parents or family members to be able to guide the demand to a given service depending on the symptoms their child shows. But, when should we see a specialist? Below, we will indicate some of the symptoms that can be taken into account when requesting an assessment at our unit. If you have any doubts, please contact our team.

  • Difficulties during pregnancy, prematurity, neurogenetic alterations and syndromes.
  • Developmental difficulties during the first year.
  • Learning difficulties. Significant drop in school performance or low grades.
  • Difficulty in social skills and in solving conflicts among peers.
  • Sleep alterations (night terrors, nightmares, insomnia or hypersomnia).
  • Eating alterations.
  • Difficulty in concentrating and paying attention.
  • Difficulty in following rules and limits. Challenging behaviour.
  • Frequent aggressions to people, objects, animals, etc.
  • Problems with regular attendance at school. Absenteeism.
  • Concern and anxiety, sadness, frequent mood changes.
  • Excessive, habitual temper tantrums. Little tolerance to frustration.
  • Responses not in keeping with the emotions. Low self-esteem.
  • Continuous stealing and/or lying.
  • Obsessive thoughts or compulsive behaviour. Withdrawal or isolation.
  • Addictive relationships (with substances, people, mobile phones, video games, new technologies, etc.).

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