Mission Statement

"Center For Child Development And Disabilities Is Multidisciplinary Centre Operates At Different Locations In Bangalore That Offers Exceptional Therapy And Expert Solution To Children And Their Families With Special Needs"


"Center for Child Development and Disabilities is multidisciplinary centre operates at different locations in Bangalore that offers exceptional therapy and expert solution to children and their families with special needs"


who are we ?

CCDD has more than 10 years of experience in providing quality services in a very friendly environment to help special need children to gain significant functional potential. The multidisciplinary team in CCDD comprises of Developmental Pediatrician, Neuroscientist, Child Psychologists, Physiotherapists, Special Educators, and Language therapist. 

CCDD is NABH accredited and hosts an IAP Fellowship in Developmental Paediatrics.

The CCDD Research Cell is involved in designing and conducting several clinical studies, data analysis and interpretation, and presenting and publishing the data on various relevant platforms.

Our sister website 'TOTSGUIDE.COM' provides access to developmental programs such as 'Track and Act, 'SCoPE', and DOLPHIN for young children. For more information, please visit www.totsguide.com

In addition to the Malleswaram and New BEL Road centers, SANGAMITRA is our early intervention center situated in Sahakarnagar, Bengaluru, which helps children with developmental delays learn at their own pace

we treat

  • Children and their families with special needs
  •  Autism Spectrum Disorder
  •  Cerebral Palsy
  •  Genetic disorders affecting development
  •  Childhood neuromotor disorders
  •  Learning Disabilities ADHD
  •  Global Developmental Delay
  •  Childhood Behavioural disorders / challenges
  •  Cortical Visual impairment
  •  Developmental Co-ordination Disorder
  •  Sensory Processing Disorder


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