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Crystal Parker
· November 13, 2017
I had heard of the CDC before but it wasn’t until my 9.5 month old son wasn’t meeting his milestones that I really thought about the early development evaluation services I had heard that they offer. ...They made it so easy to get my son evaluated (free of charge) and were so wonderful through the process. They also got me enrolled in part c services, which helped in a lot of other ways...such as home visits with a social worker to help us meet our goals. With the help of the Child Development Center, I’ve been able to get my son into therapy and on his way to catching up with his milestones! See More
Alicia Fassio
· September 23, 2017
They have been so important to my families lives. Helping with our youngest daughter who is developing at a slower pace. I am so thankful for having those 2x a month visits to help me stay organized i...n all my paperwork for my babies needs. I don’t know what I would do with out the Child Development center and all that they do for the community. So many of us parents have children with special needs and it’s tough to handle sometimes with out help, having someone who knows what you are dealing with and can give advice to you is so important. See More
Cassandra McNabb
· December 3, 2016
It really good my son is in here and the staff treats us and him very good

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