About US

The Kennedy Institute Child Development Center was first established in 1988 as a fully inclusive child development program for young children, serving children with and without developmental disabilities. For children born with a developmental disability, early intervention is best. The programs allow infants, toddlers and preschoolers to develop positive self-esteem, learn early readiness skills, and develop self-care habits all in a group setting. Our range of services help families address the challenges children with special needs may face while also ensuring Kindergarten readiness for all children.

Our mission

Our mission is to sustain a system of development for you children and their families. This inclusive, comprehensive and seamless system encourages positive parent-child interactions, supports family wellness and develops culturally competent children and families ready for learning.