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Welcome to Wyoming Valley Children’s Association
Wyoming Valley Children’s Association (WVCA) provides superior preschool (early childhood) education and therapeutic services to local children residing in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. WVCA specializes in the development of children, age five or younger some of whom have special needs and demonstrate developmental delays and disabilities.
WVCA’s team of child development specialists works in partnership with families to maximize each child’s potential and address developmental needs and strengths. Through a multitude of programs including the “Together We Grow” Preschool; therapeutic services such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, music therapy; and home-based programs, WVCA helps young children improve their skills, gain confidence, gain new abilities and develop kindergarten readiness skills.
The development of young children is the core and foundation of all of WVCA’s programs. WVCA is a special place where children of ALL abilities learn, grow and develop.
My Child was diagnosed with autism and has progressed a great deal thanks to the wonderful programs offered at WVCA. I would highly recommend WVCA’s preschool program and therapeutic services to any parent–whether they have a typically developing child or a special needs child.
Services We Provide
Wyoming Valley Children's Association's team of therapists understands the challenges that families face when a child has a physical or developmental disability. Our expert team of occupational, physical, speech and music therapists provides support and guidance throughout the therapeutic process.» Read More
Early Childhood Education
WVCA's Together We Grow Preschool realizes that children learn best from one another in an environment that is rich with developmentally appropriate materials and a staff who recognize children's strengths and weaknesses. We believe that children need hands-on learning experiences to develop independence, confidence and self-esteem.» Read More
While all children grow and develop in unique ways, some children experience delays in development. Children, birth to five with developmental delays, are eligible to receive support and services through the Pennsylvania Early Intervention Program.» Read More