Developmental Medicine Center | Patient Resources

The following listings are relevant resources located throughout Massachusetts and the region:

Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership
1-800-495-0086, 617-790-4000
www.mabhaccess.com


Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership — Emergency Services Programs
1-877-382-1609
https://www.masspartnership.com/member/ESP.aspx


The Federation for Children with Special Needs (FCSN)
617-236-7210, 1-800-331-0688
www.fcsn.org
For summer camp information: www.fcsn.org/camps


The Massachusetts Association of Special Education Parent Advisory Councils
617-399-8307
www.fcsn.org/masspac


Family Ties of Massachusetts

1-800-905-8437
www.massfamilyties.org


New Hampshire Family Voices

603-271-4525, Toll Free in NH: 1-800-852-3345 x4525
www.nhfv.org


Massachusetts Advocates for Children

617-357-8431, Helpline: 617-357-8431 x224
www.massadvocates.org


Child Care Choices of Boston (CCCB)

617-542-5437
www.childcarechoicesofboston.org


Department of Developmental Services (DDS)

617-727-5608
www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/dds/
DDS Office Locator


Exceptional Lives, LLC

https://directory.exceptionallives.org/


Autism Insurance Resource Center

774-455-4056, 1-800-642-0249
https://massairc.org/


Greater Massachusetts Special-Needs Events

www.spedchildmass.com


Children & Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)

https://chadd.org/

Local Office Locator


Summer Camp & Trip Resources

508-877-3648
www.summercampsandtrips.com/faqSelect/


Special Needs Advocacy Network (SPAN)

508-655-7999 

info@spanmass.org

http://www.spanmass.org/

Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF)
617-635-4920
www.boston.gov/departments/boston-centers-youth-families


Collaborating online to improve children's healthcare

Through philanthropic support the Developmental Medicine Center has created an online system where parents and teachers can communicate with doctors to improve care for children who need ongoing treatment for ADHD. We will soon be expanding this system to include children with autism, depression, and asthma. Take a look at the video below to learn how this new integrated clinical information sharing system is helping to improve communication between parents, doctors, and teachers in order to provide our patients with the best possible care.

Please view our Health Information Sheet.