Children’s National Hospital is helping to improve the way pediatric celiac disease is diagnosed and treated. Working in partnership with concerned members of our community, our Celiac Disease Program and Multidisciplinary Celiac Disease Clinic bring together a team of expert physicians, nurses, nutritional consultants and psychologists dedicated to developing a national model for detecting and treating celiac disease in children.
Choosing Children's National for Celiac Care
Our goal is to attack celiac disease aggressively through improved diagnosis, treatment and awareness, using a five-pronged approach featuring:
- State-of-the-art clinical care
- Meeting psychological needs
- Education and training of healthcare professionals
- Community outreach and advocacy
What You Need to Know About Celiac
Sources of Gluten in Our Environment
Celiac Disease Treatment
Conditions We Treat
Understanding your child's condition is an important step on your treatment journey. Learn more about the causes, symptoms and diagnosis for celiac disease, as well as unique treatments and research being performed at Children's National.
The Gluten-Free Guide is a podcast series produced by the Celiac Disease Program at Children's National. It features guests from around the world who provide commentary and answer listener questions about living with celiac disease and managing a gluten-free lifestyle.
A gluten-free diet shouldn’t mean less flavor. After years of experimenting with celiac-friendly meals and goodies, the Children’s National Hospital Celiac Disease Program has gathered a compilation of gluten-free recipes to share with your family and friends.
Gluten-Free Diet App
Our gluten-free diet app provides a cohesive set of high-quality educational materials to patients and families living with celiac disease or a gluten-related condition in order to help with living a safe, nutritious and tasty gluten-free lifestyle.
Celiac Disease Newsletter
For more information on celiac disease, sign up to receive our Celiac Disease Digest, which provides helpful information for patients with the autoimmune disorder. This newsletter is published six times/year.