SERVICES

Parents

Central Point of Entry 757-566-TOTS

DSC_2787_newCDR’s TOTS-LINE 757-566-TOTS is the central point of service entry for very young children in the Historic Triangle. Call if you have questions about your baby or toddler.

Community & Medical Interpretation Services (CMIS)

The Community & Medical Interpretation Services (CMIS) was created under the auspices of the Williamsburg non-profit organization Child Development Resources in support of compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Developmental Playgroup

dev_playground_newDevelopmental playgroup is one of CDR’s core services—a chance for infants and toddlers to interact with other children of the same age; to explore and play in a safe and exciting environment that might not be available to them at home.

Early Head Start

Early Head Start is a federally-funded program for families of children birth to three and expectant mothers. Enrolled families receive comprehensive services including health screenings, developmental screenings and monitoring, and parenting guidance.

Fatherhood

Children are more likely to lead healthy, successful lives when both their mother and father are actively involved in their lives in positive ways. Father presence matters, and CDR supports fathers through its family-centered approach to services.

First Steps Child Care & Development Centers

First Steps Child Care & Development Centers provide high-quality, full-day, year-round child care for families whose parents are working, in school, or in job training. More than just a child-care center, the program provides comprehensive health, development, nutrition, and parent support services.

Infant & Parent Program

unspecified-5Infant & Parent Program includes individual physical, occupational, speech therapies, and special education during home visits and developmental playgroup to children diagnosed with disabilities and developmental delay.

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Parents as Teachers (PAT) helps prenatal moms and families of children who are at risk for poor health or developmental delay by enhancing parenting skills and linking families to a wide variety of resources.

Professionals

1-2-3 Read! 

1-2-3 READ! is a research-based, storybook early literacy curriculum developed by Child Development Resources (CDR). It has been proven to result in children, birth to 36 months, achieving significant, measurable gains in their language and cognitive development.

Center for Professional Development

CDR_homepage_feature2CDR’s Center for Professional Development provides workshops, seminars, and consultations to child development professionals on a fee-for-service basis.

Fatherhood

Children are more likely to lead healthy, successful lives when both their mother and father are actively involved in their lives in positive ways. Father presence matters, and CDR supports fathers through its family-centered approach to services.

Smart Beginnings Historic Triangle

friendsMore than 85 percent of the brain develops before the age of five, and children who start kindergarten behind often stay behind.

The Virginia Infant & Toddler Specialist Network

unspecified-8The Virginia Infant & Toddler Specialist Network strives to achieve excellence in early care by increasing the educational level and skills of those who care for infants and toddlers, whether in family homes or in centers.

Questions or concerns about your child? Call CDR’s TOTS line at 757-566-TOTS.

¿Tiene preguntas acerca de su bebé o niño? llame al 757-566-3300.