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Parents of children who have difficulty eating are faced with a difficult and puzzling challenge!
It started with a story- a new dad in a waiting room, scared for the future of his newly-born, premature son.
“Mommy, read me a story.” She pulled a book from the shelf in her childhood bedroom and begged you to read it to her.
CDC+ is hosting a reading program for kiddos who need a little extra help in reading and comprehension.
A year ago the CDC expanded its services to provide outpatient therapies and other services.
“Children with or without special needs, we recognize that nutrition is a huge component of their development.”
CDC now offers early hearing detection and follow-up care in partnership with the Wyoming EHDI program.
“CDC helped Ayva become the happy and social kid she is now.”
“My hope is that parents who may feel lost or uncertain get the hope, support and peace-of-mind they need from the amazing people and services at CDC.”
“I feel like the more resources and ideas that we can give parents, the better off we are.”
“CDC+ has made such a positive impact on my son’s quality of life.”
“I feel like the CDC has really become a pillar in our community for serving kids.”
“They wanted us to put him in Lander and forget we ever had him.”