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Casper, WY 82601
(307) 235-5097

About the CDC

Welcome to the Child Development Center

The Child Development Center (CDC) is a local, non-profit organization dedicated to providing Early Intervention Services for children ages birth through age five, who live in Natrona County. “Early Intervention” is the term used to describe services, such as developmental screenings, identification of delays, and specialized educational instruction, that reach a child early in his or her development, usually from birth through age five. CDC provides these services at no cost to families.

Early Intervention is vital during the early childhood years because a child learns and develops at the fastest rate during the first few years. It's important not to miss out on this crucial “window of opportunity” of a child's development, as it may be more difficult to teach skills to a child as he or she gets more

  • Certified and Licensed Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants
  • Licensed Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants
  • Certified and Licensed Speech Language Pathologists
  • Speech Language Pathology Assistants
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Early Childhood Behavior Interventionists
  • Early Childhood Education Teachers with a minimum of a BA in Elementary Education or related field
  • Early Childhood Special Education Teachers with a minimum of a BA in Elementary Education or related field with an endorsement in Early Childhood Special Education
  • Assistant Teachers with a minimum of a Child Development Associate(CDA) or equivalent of CDA or currently in the process of obtaining a CDA
  • Family Service Coordinators with a BA in Social Work or related field
  • Support staff including Bus Drivers, Bus Assistants, Kitchen Coordinator, Custodial Staff and Administrative Assistants
  • Information Technologies
  • Administrative Staff with a minimum of a BA degree including an Accounting Specialist, Human Resource Generalist, Pre-School Coordinator, Special Education Coordinators, Program Director, Communication/Donor Relations Coordinator and Executive Director.

  • Early Intervention Services provide resources and supports that assist families who have children ages birth through five with diagnosed disabilities and/or developmental delays by helping them maximize their child’s development.

    CDC is a private 501(c)(3) not for profit organization that is funded primarily through the Wyoming Department of Health, Division of Behavioral Health, with additional funding from grants, fundraisers, foundations, and individual donors. CDC is governed by a Board of Directors composed of local consumers, professionals, and leaders of Natrona County. Early Intervention Services for eligible children with diagnosed disabilities or developmental delays are federally mandated through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

    CDC Board of Directors

    Bryce Row - President
    Trudi Holthouse - Vice President
    Tim Cortez - Treasurer
    Christine Potter - Secretary
    Julie Andrew
    Nicole Emery
    Michael Glickman
    Rodney Kinskey
    Michelle Larsen
    Susie McMurry
    Judy Murray
    Cammy Rowley
    Chad Steinert
    Becky Swanson
    Peter Van Houten
    Scott Wells

    CDC Foundation Board

    Mark Zaback- Chairman
    Jeff George- Vice Chairman
    Anne Ladd- Secretary
    Julie Andrew
    Jeff Bishop
    Pete Fazio
    Bryce Row

    CDC Advisory Board

    George Bryce
    Trudi Holthouse
    John Jorgensen
    Michael Quinn, MD
    Tim Stubson