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500 Military Cut-Off Rd.Wilmington, NC 28405(910) 392-0080
The Easterseals UCP Wilmington Child Development Center provides quality early care and education services for children from six weeks to 5 years old. Although Easterseals UCP is known for its work with children with disabilities, this children’s center provides an inclusive program for typical learners as well as children with special needs. Our center is licensed through NC Division of Child Development Early Education as a 5 star center with special Developmental Day Certification.
The Wilmington Child Development Center offers:
Individualized instruction for your child
Developmentally appropriate curriculum
Small teacher to student ratios
Degreed, certified staff
Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy on-site
Before and aftercare from 7:30 am to 5:30pm
Counties ServedBrunswick, New Hanover, Pender, Onslow
Please call us at 910-392-0080 to learn more about our center or to schedule a tour.
Congratulations to Lillian!Lillian, age 5, diagnosed with autism, learned to use the bathroom independently. A huge milestone for this little girl. Thanks to hardworking Wilmington Child Development Center teachers and her parents, Lillian accomplished a goal.
Playtime for RoccoLearning to play can be particularly challenging for children with autism. Rocco is working on this skill and is playing with the farm house in the science center at the Easterseals UCP Child Development Center in Wilmington. Little Rocco is working hard with teachers and family to try to play with functional toys.
Choices for BriannaThe supportive staff at Easterseals UCP Child Development Center in Wilmington are working with little Brianna, who has been diagnosed with autism, to make choices. She is learning to write her name under her choice of fruits or vegetables.
Community Partners:New Hanover County Public SchoolsPender County Public SchoolsBrunswick County Public SchoolsSmart Start of New Hanover CountyChildren’s Developmental Services AgencyCentury 21/Sweyer and AssociatesTrillium Health Services