UM Clinical Center for Adults with Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CCAND)
The University of Maryland Clinical Center for Adults with Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CCAND), offers clinical evaluation and care for teens and adults with autism (ages 14 and up) and/or intellectual disability in association with epilepsy or for individuals without seizures.
In addition, we provide expert care for tuberous sclerosis complex, a genetic disorder that is highly associated with epilepsy, autism and intellectual disability.
Hours and Parking
Patient appointments are available:
- Monday and Tuesdays from 8am-12pm
- Thursdays from 8am-3:30pm
On-site parking is free.
If you need wheelchair assistance, this can be provided for you at the entrance.
In the current setting of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual appointments are now available for all neurology services to both new and existing patients. We strongly encourage patients to schedule video and/or phone consults for all non-urgent medical concerns.
Limiting in-person visits will help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the safety of our patients and staff. Please contact us to find out if telehealth is available for your next visit.
There are limited in-person appointments at this time. However, if the CCAND provider feels that this is needed, you will be scheduled for a face-to-face appointment.
Epilepsy/Seizure Treatment Options
Epilepsy/Seizure treatment options offered by the CCAND Clinic include:
- Medical therapies for seizures
- Evaluation for epilepsy
- Consideration for device-based therapies for seizures
- Genetic analysis for epilepsy syndromes
Autism and/or Intellectual Disability Options
For individuals with autism and/or intellectual disability, we offer the following:
- Clinical evaluation with genetic and metabolic testing
- Inpatient behavioral analysis
- Referral for cognitive and behavioral therapies
Our nursing and social work staff will help you with prescriptions, referrals, assistance with applications, patient advocacy and support.
For appointments at the CCAND, please call 410-328-6266.
Before Your Appointment
Make sure to provide your ID, insurance card and any approval or other necessary paperwork when scheduling the appointment. Please send existing medical records from your prior providers to the scheduling staff prior to your appointment for your CCAND provider to review.