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Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders Conroy Intensive Treatment Program

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The Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders (CADD) Conroy Intensive Treatment Program is a collaborative effort between UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital and Pittsburgh Public Schools. The program runs for nine months covering the academic year. Students are involved in the program 30 hours per week/six hours per day. A length of stay in the program typically ranges from six to nine months.

Contact Us

Call us at 412-335-7584 for more information.

Hours:
7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, during the school year

Location:
CADD Conroy Education Center
1398 Page St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Our Mission

The mission of the CADD Conroy Intensive Treatment Program is to provide treatment focused on reducing or eliminating symptoms and behaviors that are inhibiting the child's ability to reach his or her fullest potential in the home and school environments.

Services

The CADD Conroy Intensive Program is designed to provide a number of services:

  • The program can serve as a higher level care for individuals who are at risk for an inpatient psychiatric admission by providing intensive treatment in the school setting.
  • The program provides services to individuals who are at risk of being placed in more restrictive academic settings (such as APS placement) because of chronic or acute behavioral concerns.

Referral and Acceptance

  • Acceptance into the program is determined by the following:
    children and adolescents between the ages of five and 21 years, dually diagnosed with developmental disabilities and psychiatric and/or behavioral disorders.
  • IBHS referrals will be reviewed for appropriateness of referral.
  • Medical assistance

Discharge criteria

  • The team monitors and evaluates progress daily to determine if the child or adolescent has met referral goals and is ready for discharge to a less restrictive educational classroom.
  • Transition plan is developed
  • Follow up care plan is developed with therapists and psychiatrist prior to discharge and on-going classroom consultation as needed.