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Developmental Health Services In Oregon

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Developmental Health Services

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Business Listing   Abaza M Bassam MD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 698-1514

Business Listing   Adappa Vijay MD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 698-4505

Business Listing   Adusumilli RAVI K FACC - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 697-0569

Business Listing   Bay Park Community Hospital - Emergency Center - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 690-7911

Business Listing   Bay Park Lung and Sleep Clinic - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 698-5864

Business Listing   Boes John P DO - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 691-0636

Business Listing   Cohen Joel L Do PhD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 690-7688

Business Listing   Cook Charles W MD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 698-7722

Business Listing   Evola John J DDS Inc - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 693-0201

Business Listing   Ferenac Irene OD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 693-4444

Business Listing   Frank Abbati MD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 691-9204

Business Listing   German Carol J OD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 696-7780

Business Listing   Great Lakes Gastroenterlogy Consultants - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 696-5555

Business Listing   Greenbaum Michael G DO - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 691-8000

Business Listing   Hasan S Zaheer MD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 696-7372

Business Listing   Khazan Uri MD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 697-0011

Business Listing   Lorton Michael D MD - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 698-9595

Business Listing   Mercy Health Partners Regional Htrc & Bhvrl Health S - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 698-7515

Business Listing   Optivue - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 697-7700

Business Listing   Oregon Clinic - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 693-2786

Business Listing   Oregon Pulmonary & Sleep Clinic - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 693-4151

Business Listing   Pediatric Center Inc - Oregon - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 697-6777

Business Listing   Stephen R Branam D D S Inc - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 698-4339

Business Listing   Sutton Stephen P MD Inc - Urology - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 698-2020

Business Listing   Toledo Cardiology Consultants - Oregon, OH - Phone: (419) 693-9334

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Helpful Definition for: Developmental Health Services

Developmental health services in Oregon are designed to enhance the independence, integration and productivity of the people they serve. Services are provided by trained, qualified staff in either an individual or group counseling format. Their services include social work, psychology, nursing, psychiatry, rehabilitation counseling, occupational therapy, physical therapy, nutrition, and speed and language therapy. At-home behavioral support services are intended to assist families with managing maladaptive behaviors which may be exhibited by an individual with a development disability. The support is provided by an experienced behavioral specialist, who develops a support plan which can be implemented at home.

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