CDR provides screenings, programs and support services to help parents make a real difference in their child’s life.
Early care providers, health professionals and families from across the country benefit from CDR’s training programs.
Congratulations to Marc Sharp, the 2019 recipient of the Barbara J. Driscoll Humanitarian Award!
Established in 1965, Child Development Resources (CDR) provides early intervention services for children aged 0-3 and their families throughout the Historic Triangle, including Williamsburg, James City County, York County and Poquoson. CDR is a comprehensive resource for parents, teachers and physicians—in fact, for anyone who has a question about an infant or toddler. We serve children and families, and through our training programs, we teach others how to do the same.
“I was really amazed at how quickly everything happened, CDR was so prompt. Before we knew it we had an assessment and then CDR walked us through the whole process and explained everything we needed to know.”
“The services helped us those first few months. We learned how to hold a baby, feed and bundle her. It gave us a heads up on what was to come. It’s all about learning how to be there for my daughter, to help her learn and grow.”