The Academic Evaluation and Intervention Clinic (AEI Clinic) at the University of Nebraska Medical Center's Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI) provides services for children who are experiencing academic difficulties. This clinic offers services to help improve a child’s educational performance by identifying effective academic interventions and providing parents with strategies to implement at home or school. If your child shows progress with the strategies prescribed, therapists will continue to monitor the child by follow up visits and open communication with the parents. While navigating the special education system may seem overwhelming, MMI professionals are there to guide parents along the way.
We are dedicated to serving children with mental retardation, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, genetic syndromes, and other disabilities that affect educational performance. In addition, the AEI clinic also provides services for children at risk for learning difficulties or who are demonstrating severe academic problems. The vast majority of children who receive treatment at MMI show improvements, making them that much closer to unlocking their full potential.