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Valley Child Development Association

VCDA

Location
Located In Kentville
Where To Find Us
Aberdeen Place
28 Aberdeen St, Suite 5
Kentville, NS
Canada B4N 2N1
Areas Served Annapolis Valley Region ; West Hants
Contact
Website www.valleychilddevelopment.ca/
E-Mail vcda@ns.aliantzinc.ca
Phone 902-678-6111
Contact Barbara Crouse, Executive Director, VCDA; Phone: 902-678-6111; Fax: 902-678-6112; Email: b.crouse@ns.aliantzinc.ca
Mailing Address c/o Valley Child Development Association 
Box 63 
Kentville, NS B4N 3V9
Fax 902-678-6112
Description & Services
Information The Valley Child Development Association offers the following programs and services: 
- Behavioural Intervention, Kings and West Hants Counties-Families who have children 2-6 years of age who may be at risk developmentally and emotionally due to challenging beahviors may benefit from this program. 
 
This program is free of charge to families.  
 
Referrals can come from different sources, such as parents of the child, a family doctor, or a speech and language pathologist. 
 
The staff person who will work with your child and family is called a Behavioral Interventionist. 
 
For further information please visit our website.
Eligibility Ages: 2 year(s) - 6 year(s)
Hours 8:30-4:30
Dates All Year.
Accessibility Partially Wheelchair Accessible
Special Information
Tags Annapolis Valley Connect ; Community Organizations ; Recreation Categories ; Support Programs
Categories - General Individual and Family Support Services