The Office of Developmental Primary Care is a program within the Department of Family and Community Medicine. We are dedicated to improving health outcomes for people with developmental disabilities across the lifespan. The greatest area of need is for adolescents and adults. We are partnering with other stakeholders to develop resources for clinical service, advocacy, research and training. We encourage you to access resources, provide feedback and join our growing collaborative of clinicians, educators, caregivers, students, and self-advocates.
All people with a developmental disability have access to health services that maximize their wellness and function.
Our Guiding Principle
Health care for people with developmental disabilities is interdisciplinary, team-based care, with patients and caregivers at the center of the team.
Phone and email consultation
Clinical assessment and consultation
Training and technical assistance
CART services is a multidisciplinary mobile health care consult team providing services to people with developmental disabilities, clinicians, family members and support professionals throughout norther California.