We care for a child's growth, development and learning.
We believe that early identification and early intervention are key to giving each child their best future.
Our goal is to reach more children with developmental needs earlier in their life and support their families on their journey.
The Fraser Valley Child Development Centre provides early intervention, school age and specialized services that are community-based, accessible, inclusive and responsive to the needs of children at all stages of their development. Services are delivered in a culture of excellence, diversity, and respect, with a focus on innovation, quality, stability, and positive outcomes for each child, their families, our staff and our community.
We are "Helping Kids Shine".
If you have questions about your child's development, you can make a referral to the
Fraser Valley Child Development Centre. We also accept referrals from your family
doctor, pediatrician, health nurse, and caregivers (with permission from the child's
Participation in our programs is voluntary and we are a free service.
We can be contacted Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm at the following locations:
Abbotsford/Mission: Chilliwack/Fraser Cascade:
Tel: 604-852-2686 Tel: 604-824-8760
Toll Free: 887-850-2686 Toll Free: 877-820-8760
Do you have questions about your child's development? We have a family centered approach, you can trust that we can help.
As a professional working with children you may have questions about their development. We are here to support you.
You have the power to influence a child's life through giving. Help us to reach more children in the Fraser Valley today and tomorrw.
The Abbotsford and Chilliwack office's will be closed from late December 24th, 2015 and re-open January 4th, 2014.
From our staff and board to you and your families, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
Kim Barthel, BMR, OTR, will be in the Fraser Valley to present her new "Decoding the Autistic Brain" training. The course will blend cutting edge neurobiology with treatment strategies supporting clinicians and educators who serve the Autism Spectrum Disordered (ASD) population. Deeper and current understanding of the mechanisms of the brain-body science of ASD allows therapists to create evidence informed choices of treatments for individual clients across a wide range of treatment modalities.
April 13-16, 2016 Abbotsford, B.C. Full package click here
Why are the early years a smart investment? Why are the early years important to a child's healthy development? Why should we support vulnerable children? The Early Years are "Windows of opportunity" and here's why ......... (early years pdf)
October 7th is World CP Day and we would like to introduce our CP Ambassadors, Skyla and Jayde and their family, the Robinsons. Parents Desiree and Alex are sharing their girls' story on World CP Day to help raise awareness and show support for those living with CP. Did you know CP is the number 1 physical disability in children. Learn more and read the Robinsons full story