Angelman Syndrome Clinic at UNC Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities was established in partnership with UNC and the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities. It is a comprehensive clinic that serves pediatric and adult patients with specialties in the following areas.
- Behavior and Sleep Management
- Seizure Management
- Genetic Counseling
- Family Needs and Resources
The Angelman syndrome clinic at UNC CIDD offers a “one-stop shop” for consultation with up to seven professional disciplines in one day: genetics, neurology, psychiatry, psychology, speech language pathology, physical therapy, and social work. While our team provides consultation in all of these areas, the primary areas of focus tend to be communication/AAC, behavior, learning/development, and sleep. Our clinic sends families/caregivers a comprehensive report with all findings and numerous recommendations following their visit.
The head of the Angelman syndrome clinic at UNC CIDD is Margaret DeRamus, MS, CCC-SLP.
Clinic hours: First Friday of the month from 8:30am – 5:00pm
To make an appointment: See the appointment section of the clinic website for more information and details on appointments.
Appointments normally take place in one location unless the patient needs to go to the hospital for labs or imaging.
Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities
101 Renee Lynne Court
Carrboro, NC 27510