West Virginia University Center for Excellence in Disabilities

Address: 959 Hartman Run Road
Morgantown, WV 26505
Phone: (304) 293-4692 Email: wvuced@hsc.wvu.edu Website: http://www.cedwvu.org/

For nearly 30 years, the Center has worked with consumers, state, local, and federal agencies to realize opportunities and tackle and overcome challenges for people with developmental and other disabilities of all ages. CED is West Virginia's only federally designated Center for Excellence in Disabilities providing resources and supports in all fifty-five counties of the state.

Services Include:

AgrAbility – Assists farm families with developmental and other disabilities in obtaining services and technical assistance/assistive technology devices.

WVATS Borrow Assistive Technology – Program provides training demonstrations on assistive technology devices, to include loan, to assist persons with disabilities in performance of tasks

Clinical Services:

Feeding & Swallowing Clinic – Provides interdisciplinary assessments and recommendations for children from birth to 21 years of age who have feeding problems. Improves eating skills and behaviors, physical growth and development and the nutritional status of children.

Nutrition Services Program – Registered Dietitians provide clinical nutrition services to children and adults with disabilities and provide training and education to individuals, families, providers and agencies.

Health & Wellness – Family 2 Family
Ensures families of children and youth with special health care needs partner in health care decision making; address availability of health care services for children/youth; and, increase independence and community integration for children/youth with developmental and other disabilities.

Music Therapy Services – Open to all ages
Music Therapy targets non-musical goals through the use of musical interventions by a board-certified music therapist. Therapeutic goals and interventions are tailored to each client’s strengths and needs.

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