We care for a child's growth and development. 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. We provide 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 guardian). 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 Office: 604-852-2686 Chilliwack Office: 604-824-8760
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.
Therapists from FVCDC recently coordinated a great morning of Wheelchair Sports with BC Wheelchair Association, BC Wheelchair Basketball and Let's Play. School aged FVCDC friends joined in to sample the sports and then had a wonderful Basketball interaction with BC Basketballers - Ben from Chilliwack and Ben from Abbotsford. Many thanks to all that participated and coordinated the wonderful mentoring event. Click here to see the photos from the event.
For many front line worker, professionals, caregivers and community members our days are often filled with witnessing trauma and suffering, we misplace caring for self while we care for others. Laura van Dernoot Lipsky will offer a complellingmix of personal insight, cutting edge research, and humour to help us understanding the cumulative toll of exposure to suffering (trauma) over time and gain skills to reconcile it.
Thank you to all our fabulous participants, sponsors, donors and volunteers at our 1st Annual Helping Kids Shine Charity Golf Classic. The event was a wonderful success and so much fun with our "Swing with Bling" theme. For all details and to see the gallery of photos, please visit www.helpingkidsshine.ca