The Child Development and Rehabilitation Institute
The Institute of Child Development and Rehabilitation at Schneider Children’s provides, on an out-patient basis, a broad spectrum of clinical services for infants, children and adolescents with neurological-developmental problems that include physical, cognitive, speech and language impairments and learning disabilities.
Director of the Institute
Dr. Tamar Steinberg
Location: 3rd Floor (entrance level)
Hours: Sundays to Thursdays, 08:00-16:00
Appointments: 972-3-9253210, Sundays to Thursdays, 08:00-15:00; Holiday eves and intermediary holidays: 08:00-12:00
Dr. Gary Diamant
Dr. Dov Inbar
Dr. Yehuda Sanetzky
Dr. Yulia Tzeiger
Deganit Ben Nissan, Head
Cognitive and motor developmental disorders
Children at risk of neuro-developmental disorders
Genetic diseases with potential motor and/or mental impairments
Developmental delay due to visual and hearing impairments
Early evaluation of developmental disorders that affect behavior, attention and concentration in pre-schoolers, with follow-up care after Grade 1
Speech and Language Clinic
The Speech and Language Clinic is part of the Institute of Child Development and Rehabilitation, and is staffed by communication technicians who are experienced in working with children. The team works in coordination with Institute staff as well as plastic surgeons at Schneider Children’s.
Evaluation of speech and language capability in pre-schoolers
Language, speech and communication therapy in pre-schoolers
Evaluation of speech and voice disorders for children with speech impairments due to structure or functional problems of the vocal cords and routing organs
Follow-up and treatment of cleft palate: periodic assessments of post-operative speech for children who have undergone plastic surgery repair at Schneider Children’s
Letter from a physician in the Child Development and Rehabilitation Institute together with the payment guarantee
Letter from a community physician together with the payment guarantee
Cleft palate: Referral by plastic surgeons at Schneider Children’s
Referrals should be faxed prior to calling for an appointment
Fax: 972-3-9253941; 972-3-5480229
Tel: 972-3-9253346, Sundays to Thursdays, 08:00-13:00
Voice Mail: 972-3-9253323, from 13:00
Location: 5th Floor
Premature and Newborn Infants Follow-Up Clinic
The experienced and multidisciplinary team conducts follow-up of premature and newborn infants who were hospitalized in the Neonatology Department at Schneider Children’s until they reach two and-a-half years of age.
Hours: Sunday and Wednesday, 08:00-14:00; Monday every two weeks, 08:00-14:00
Appointments: 972-3-9253210, Sunday to Thursday, 08:00-15:00; Holiday eves and intermediary holidays: 08:00-12:00
Upon the infant’s discharge, parents are given a referral for continued care in the clinic. The clinic also accepts referrals from community physicians, with payment guarantee.
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Clinic
A national referral center designated by the Ministry of Health, the clinic conducts diagnosis, follow-up and treatment of children who were exposed to alcohol during pregnancy. These children suffer from a variety of developmental, attention, concentration, emotional, behavioral and physiological disorders.
Director: Dr. Yehuda Sanetzky
Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 08:00-14:00
Appointments: 972-3-9253614, Sunday to Thursday, 08:00-15:00