Office of Developmental Primary Care Partnerships: Training Sites

Office of Developmental Primary Care Partnerships: Training Sites

 

The Office of Developmental Primary Care has benefited from partnerships with faculty across the University of California, San Francisco and from relationships with a variety of community agencies that serve people with developmental disabilities. We aim to expose students to models of interprofessional training. Some of our best teachers are the people that we serve, their family members, and caregivers. If you would like to offer opportunities for students, please contact us at odpc@fcm.ucsf.edu.

 

At UCSF and SFGH   In the Community
Family Health Center   962 Homes
Multi-Disciplinary Assessment Clinic (MDAC)   Autism Social Connection
Pediatric Screening Clinic   Community Gatepath
UCSF Epilepsy Clinic   Genesis Day Program
UCSF General Genetics Clinic   Intermediate Care Facilities/Developmental Disability-Nursing
UCSF General Internal Medicine Practice   Janet Pomeroy Center
UCSF Neurometabolic Clinic   JumpStart to Learning
    OMI Family Center
    Telemedicine Assessment Consultation Team (TACT)
    The Arc of San Francisco
    The Puente Clinic
    Toolworks
    University of the Pacific Special Care Clinic and Hopsital Dentistry Program

At UCSF and SFGH

Family Health Center, located at San Francisco General Hospital, is the largest primary care clinic in San Francisco's Community Health Network, with almost 40,000 patient visits per year.

Multi-Disciplinary Assessment Clinic (MDAC), within the UCSF Department of Pediatrics and based at San Francisco General Hospital, provides developmental and behavioral evaluations for children ages 0-5 living in San Francisco, with funding provided by First 5 California. Children between ages 6-22 may also be seen at MDAC provided they live in San Francisco, have MediCal, and are pre-approved by their insurance providers.

Pediatric Screening Clinic, housed at San Francisco General Hospital, provides screening for developmental and behavioral concerns for SFGH primary care patients, ages 0-5. Students have the opportunity to practice administering the Ages & Stages Questionnaire (ASQ), the Ages & Stages Questionnaire-Social Emotional (ASQ-SE) and the Family Psychosocial Screener.

UCSF Epilepsy Clinic cares for a large population of patients with medically-intractable epilepsy who have failed numerous previous epilepsy therapies.

UCSF General Genetics Clinic evaluates adults and children who are at risk for, or suspected to have a genetic syndrome or a disorder with a genetic component. 

UCSF General Internal Medicine Practice provides primary care services to adults, including health promotion, lifestyle risk reduction, and the management of common acute and chronic medical conditions.

UCSF Neurometabolic Clinic provides comprehensive disease management, diagnostic evaluations, genetic counseling and education to children, adults and their families throughout Northern California and surrounding communities living with metabolic and neurological diseases.

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In The Community

962 Homes are licensed homes designed to provide nursing services to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Autism Social Connection is a community-based non-profit organization serving children and adults on the autism spectrum and their families and friends.

Community Gatepath helps children and adults with disabilities achieve personal goals and live full and productive lives in school, the community, home, and the workplace. Community Gatepath is the largest non-profit in San Mateo County.

Genesis Day Program specializes in providing meaningful activities for medically fragile individuals with significant physical limitations and severe to profound intellectual disabilities.

Intermediate Care Facilities/Developmental Disabilities-Nursing are facilities with a capacity of 4 to 15 beds that provide 24-hour personal care, developmental services, and nursing supervision for developmentally disabled persons who have intermittent recurring needs for skilled nursing care but have been certified by a physician and surgeon as not requiring continuous skilled nursing care. ICF/DD-Ns serve medically fragile persons who have developmental disabilities or demonstrate significant developmental delay that may lead to a developmental disability if not treated.

Janet Pomeroy Center is a nonprofit organization that provides therapeutic recreation, vocational rehabilitation, child and adult development, and respite care programs for individuals ages five through senior adult.

JumpStart to Learning is a national model that provides training to parents, teachers, and clinicians who interact personally and professional with young children with autism.

OMI Family Center provides assessment, evaluation, individual/group/family counseling, medication, drop-in, crisis, and outreach services for severely mentally-ill adults and children and high-risk youth.

Telemedicine Assessment Consultation Team (TACT) is an interdisciplinary team whose purpose is to evaluate people who have complex medical, psychiatric, and behavioral needs and who are at risk of losing community placements and being institutionalized in Developmental Centers.

The Arc of San Francisco is a non-profit service and advocacy organization for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families living in San Francisco and San Mateo counties. The Arc of San Francisco runs the Wellness Program, an intensive medical case management program for adults with developmental disabilities.

The Puente Clinic, a specialty clinic sponsored by Behavioral Health & Recovery Services, Golden Gate Regional Center and Health Plan of San Mateo serving the special mental health needs of clients with developmental disabilities.

Toolworks is a non-profit organization that offers employment services, vocational training, and a full range of support that allows individuals with disabilities to live independently.

University of the Pacific Special Care Clinic and Hospital Dentistry Program is committed to improving the oral health of underserved people, including improved access to dental care for anyone who faces challenges in receiving oral health services through the traditional oral health care system. This includes groups and individuals who have difficulty maintaining good oral health or accessing oral health services because of medical, physical, social, economic, and geographic conditions.

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