For more information on Winthrop Pediatric Associates’ programs, please visit the following pages:
Change Program: The CHANGE Program offers overweight teens ages 13-18 a foundation for a healthy lifestyle through exercise, nutrition & behavioral modifications.
Child Life Program: Child life specialists promote effective coping through play, preparation, education, and self-expression activities.
Down Syndrome Program: The Winthrop Down Syndrome Program (WDSP) provides compassionate, comprehensive and coordinated care for children with Down syndrome.
Healthy Kids Program: The Healthy Kids Program empowers children and families with the knowledge that they need to take a self-directed approach to healthy eating and exercise. The program is designed for children ages 8-12.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program: Winthrop-University Hospital’s Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program for Children and Adolescents provides effective diagnosis and treatments for the relief of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) symptoms.
Adoption Services: Winthrop’s Adoption team works closely with parents to deliver our expert medical services through Winthrop’s adoption professionals, with compassionate and comprehensive assistance throughout the entire adoption journey.
Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Program: The Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Program at Winthrop-University Hospital specializes in the diagnosis and therapeutic management of feeding and swallowing disorders in the pediatric population.
STAR Program: The STAR program aims to minimize the stress of patients and families on the autism spectrum or those who have Down Syndrome (birth through 18 years of age).
Travel Center: The mission of the Winthrop-University Hospital Pediatric Travel Center is to keep young travelers healthy; not only by providing appropriate immunizations, but also by identifying and assessing potential health risks based on the planned trip.
Clinical Trials: Our mission is to give our patients the opportunity to receive the maximum quality of patient care, exemplified by the development of a visionary and robust program in clinical research.