A Family Integrative Approach

Children from all over the world, particularly children who have experiend
neglect and deprivation, can present as a challenge to their new families

A Family Integrative Approach

"Children from all over the world, particularly children who have experiend
neglect and deprivation, can present as achallenge to their new families.
No child is "hopeless or untreatable". Let us provide you with the correct
"Blueprint" in understanding and addressing your child's special needs."

Meeting the Needs of a Variety of
Children

"Children from all over the world, particularly children who have experiend
neglect and deprivation, can present as achallenge to their new families. No
child is "hopeless or untreatable". Let us provide you with the correct
"Blueprint" in understanding and addressing your child's special needs."

Reconstructive and
Redevelopmental Approach

"Children from all over the world, particularly children who have experiend
neglect and deprivation, can present as achallenge to their new families.
No child is "hopeless or untreatable". Let us provide you with the correct
"Blueprint" in understanding and addressing your child's special needs."

ABOUT Dr. RON FEDERICI

Care for Children International, Inc, under the Directorship of Board certified Dr. Ronald S. Federici ( father to eight internationally adopted children and 30 years of professional experience), maintains an international reputation in the PROPER assessment and treatment of the most complicated cases of children having neuropsychological/Neurodevelopmental Disabilities; Adoption-Trauma issues; Alcohol/Drug related Birth Defect Syndromes; Traumatic Brain Injuries; Forensic-Legal Cases; and Behavioral Disorders disrupting the Family and Community.

Care For Children International, Inc is committed to providing the most comprehensive evaluation and state-of-the art ( individualized ) treatment services to ALL children and families struggling with children who are complex and often non-responsive to traditional interventions. Our goal is to " start over " and find the missing pieces of your child's " puzzle", and address interventions in the four critical domains: 1) Medical/neuropsychological; 2) Educational; 3) Family Interventions; 4) Individual child interventions.