FAQ's - Child Development Center of Natrona County

Children are never afraid to ask questions, and neither should you be. Here are some questions that are frequently asked of us, but if you have any others, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Can the Child Development Center diagnose a disability?

No. Only a qualified medical professional can diagnose a disability. The staff at Child Development Center work with children based on their developmental delay(s) regardless of whether or not a diagnosis has been made.

Does the Child Development Center provide childcare?

No.The Child Development Center (CDC) does not provide childcare. CDC is an education-based organization that provides early intervention therapies and preschool classes for children birth through age five in Natrona County.

How do I know if my child qualifies for free services at CDC?

The Child Development Center (CDC) offers free developmental screenings at NO COST to families. In order for a child to qualify for free services, the following steps have to take place:

1. Participation in a developmental screening

2. Formal referral for evaluation

3. Evaluation and assessment

4. Eligibility determination

5. An IFSP or IEP meeting

For more information contact CDC at (307) 235-5097