Our Mission: The mission of Child Development Services of Fremont County, Inc. is to provide early childhood education and intervention services for families with infants and preschool children with developmental disabilities and delays.
2019-2020 School Year
Open enrollment is now in effect for our preschool services! Please contact either our Riverton Center on 307-856-4337 or our Lander Center on 307-332-5508 for more information. We would love to help you!
2019 COLOR RUN
Child Development Services (CDS) is excited to announce the Color Run is returning this year! The event will begin at 8:00 am on August 10th as part of the Lander River Fest.
The Color Run is a 5K/1 Mile race that is open to all ages. Singles, couples, families, all are welcome to come on out to participate in this fun event. Sprint all the way, make it a leisurely stroll, have someone carry you to the finish line, who cares! Whether you're looking for a fun activity to take part in with your children, looking to physically challenge yourself, or just want to come out and spend some time with friends, this is the event for you! All participants receive a race packet which includes a t-shirt, bracelet and colored powder to celebrate crossing that finish line! Entry into the 2019 Lander River Fest is also included!
Please visit our online store to purchase your entry tickets! CDS is a non profit organization and your contribution will not only give you a great day out but also will help us to keep working diligently to make a difference in the lives of the children of Fremont County. Thanks for your support!!
For details of the race route, click here
Who We Are
Child Development Services receives funding from the Wyoming Developmental Disabilities Division, federally funded Part C and VI-B Projects and from Fremont County. An important source of funds also comes through contributions from community organizations and individuals.
No fee is charged for Special Ed or related services provided by Child Development Services.
Window of Opportunity for Young Children and Families
When you think of your child and how he or she is growing, you notice things like how soon he or she smiles, rolls over, sits up, walks, talks, and feeds himself/herself.
The five primary developmental areas are:
- Language Development - how a child understands language and speaks to express thoughs, ideas and needs.
- Motor Development - how a child uses large and small muscles.
- Self-Help Skills - how a child eats, dresses and cares for oneself.
- Social & Emotional Development - how a child relates to other children and adults.
- Cognitive Development - how a child thinks and learns.
While children grow and change at their own rate, some children can experience delays in development. Sometimes this can be cause for concern.