Introduction to Team Listings

ACPA Team Approval All ACPA Approved Teams demonstrate they meet the Standards for Approval of Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Teams to ensure quality of patient care.  The listing of ACPA Approved Teams is a reference for anyone with cleft and … Read More

ACPA Approved Teams

This list of ACPA Approved Teams is a reference for those with cleft and craniofacial healthcare needs. Learn more about ACPA Team Approval and how to select a team.

Selecting a Team

There are many factors to consider when choosing a team of care providers. View the ACPA Approved Team Brochure for more information. Individual Team Member Qualifications All professionals on a team should be fully trained in their specialty areas and … Read More

Find a Team

En Español Children born with cleft lip, cleft palate and/or other craniofacial differences may require individualized treatment into adulthood.  Their care is best managed when a team of specialists works with the family to develop and follow a treatment plan. … Read More

Team Composition

Since growth and development greatly affect the treatment path to successful outcomes, a child must have thorough and regular assessments by a team from infancy through young adulthood. Some individuals may require additional care in adulthood. ACPA Approved Teams follow … Read More

Kicking for Clefts

Alexis GiannattasioCommunity Stories, Family Stories, Teen

They say that a bond between two brothers is unbreakable and for brothers Grayson and Jack, that holds true. Like many siblings, Grayson and Jack spent countless days of their childhood together playing outdoors and “wrestling” in the name of … Read More

ACPA Announces 2019 Thrive Campaign

Alexis GiannattasioACPA Family Services News

We are excited to present to you ACPA’s 2019 Thrive Campaign. In alignment with ACPA’s renewed mission to create a world where people with cleft and craniofacial differences thrive, the Development Committee combined efforts with ACPA’s Board of Directors to … Read More