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University of California Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (UC-LEND)

The University of California Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (UC-LEND) is a collaborative and interdisciplinary program comprised of health professionals and graduate-level trainees with a focus on understanding the impact of neurodevelopmental disabilities on individuals and families to improve the care & outcomes for these individuals over the lifespan. In continuing UC-LEND's mission, the program trains future health professionals in both didactic and experiential instruction.

General Info

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Online On Campus 911 Broxton Ave, Los Angeles, CA, 90024
Undergraduate Graduate & Professional Faculty & Staff Alumni

Contact Info

(310) 315-8900


  • Learn about the LEND Clinic, the Clinic Team, primary care clinics affiliated with UC-Lend, and more here.
  • The UC-LEND graduate- and clinician-level training program was established to improve the health of individuals who are diagnosed with, or are suspected of having, autism or other neurodevelopmental and related disabilities (DD). Learn about this training program, admission, current trainees, and more here.
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