CDD CHANGES LIVES
Making a difference for children with special learning needs
COMMITTED TO EDUCATION
CDD is licensed by the Department of Human Services and is a Keystone STARS 4 Early learning Center
WE OFFER A VARIETY OF SERVICES
At CDD we offer a variety of services to meet the needs of the students and families of Pike County.
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 Our Mission is to provide early learning educational, therapeutic and behavioral support to the children in our community. We are committed to serving children with developmental disabilities and delays in an educational setting that meets their individual needs. 

CDD OFFERS PROGRAMS

  • Early Headstart
  • Head Start
  • PreK Counts
  • Early Intervention
  • Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention
  • Private Pay Preschool
  • Summer Camp

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) the Center for Developmental Disabilities will be closed for the next 10 school days: starting on Monday, March 16 with a scheduled reopening on Monday, March 30, 2020. Please check the CDD’s website and social media outlets for continued updates throughout the closure. Health experts have indicated that the new coronavirus is spreading more rapidly in the United States and have emphasized the steps that people should take regardless of whether they are at heightened risk for the disease. Currently, the best advice for protecting your health remains to wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth; disinfect frequently touched objects and practice appropriate social distancing. Individuals at higher risk should consider limiting time spent outside the home.

Welcome to the
CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (C.D.D.) of Pike County, Milford PA

The Center for Developmental Disabilities is a 501 (C)3 non-profit community based organization located in Milford, Pennsylvania.
Our mission is to provide early learning educational, and behavioral support to the children in our community. We are committed to serving children with developmental disabilities and delays in an educational setting that meets their individual needs.
CDD is a licensed by the Department of Human Services and is a Keystone STARS 4 early learning center.
Our educational programs follow the PA Early Learning Standards and utilizes the Creative Curriculum. We focus on cognitive, social/emotional, speech/language, fine and gross motor and behavioral issues throughout the program day. We encourage parental involvement in the center. We also work closely with the Delaware Valley School District to ensure a smooth transition into Kindergarten. 

UPDATE ON CHEFS DO DINNER

At a press conference today, Gov. Tom Wolf outlined the following steps for all Pennsylvanians to take beginning Friday and lasting 14 days.
 
1. Large gatherings with 250 people or more should be cancelled or postponed. 
 
Therefore: 
NEW DATE FOR CHEFS DO DINNER 
Wednesday, June 3rd
 
 
At the Center for Developmental Disabilities of Pike, Ltd, the health, and safety of our children, families, partners, and employees is our top priority. Like most businesses, we are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Health officials have issued guidelines that recommend canceling any large gathering where participants would be within arms-length of each other. While this is not yet mandatory, we feel it’s better to act cautiously and adhere to those guidelines.
As such, we decided to postpone our 22nd Annual Chefs Do Dinner event. The new date will be Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020

CDD SCHOOL NOTIFICATIONS

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) the Center for Developmental Disabilities will be closed for the next 10 school days: starting on Monday, March 16 with a scheduled reopening on Monday, March 30, 2020. Please check the CDD’s website and social media outlets for continued updates throughout the closure. Health experts have indicated that the new coronavirus is spreading more rapidly in the United States and have emphasized the steps that people should take regardless of whether they are at heightened risk for the disease. Currently, the best advice for protecting your health remains to wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth; disinfect frequently touched objects and practice appropriate social distancing. Individuals at higher risk should consider limiting time spent outside the home.

01 May 2020

A Night At The Races

6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
American Legion #139 Miflord PA 18337, Highway 2001
Milford, PA 18337 United States
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$15.00
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