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Childhood and adolescence are rich developmental stages that come with milestones to reach and challenges to overcome. Every child, no matter how good-natured, has behavioral outbursts that can be challenging, even for the most patient caregiver. Although these outbursts are common at all stages, the frequency and intensity of a child’s behaviors might indicate the presence of an underlying clinical condition.

By adulthood, most “formal” clinical conditions of childhood are well known to the family. However, as the supportive school environments and “childhood services” fade, many families struggle even more with finding effective supports for their adult children with special needs.

At Pivot Point, we believe that any family struggling to manage those “conditions of childhood”  – whether in a child, teen, or adult –  should have access to supports that help them to be at their best.   As such, Pivot Point programs are suitable for a full range of families, from parents with minor concerns and questions about parenting, to families who are clearly struggling and suspect underlying challenges, to families with children or adults with mild to sever clinical conditions such as those listed on this page.

Select “Read more >>” if you suspect, or want to learn more about any of the following complex childhood conditions:

Autism Spectrum Disorder (including Asperger Syndrome)

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Anxiety and Depressive Disorders

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Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

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Conduct Disorder (CD)

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Down Syndrome

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

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Fragile X Syndrome

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Oppositional / Defiant Disorder (ODD)

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Tourette’s Disorder

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