At PCD, families find expertise in child development, an exceptional education for each child, hope for the future and most of all, a place to belong. We are pleased to share stories that celebrate their daily experience.
One family’s search for an extraordinary school for Drew ended at the PCCD Anderson School. “Drew is doing things beyond our dreams. He has cooking and art classes and does science experiments with the other students. He comes home with paint on his hands (just like our older son Dominic did at his age).
Many parents need a little assistance when faced with developmental challenges with their children. Amy Brennan was not alone, she called, and PCCD answered. Some of the most useful information she gained from Early Intervention was not for her twin girls, but for herself.
Angelica Cruz shared “Even though the pandemic continued… we felt more than grateful for being present and supported each step that our little girl managed to take, since PCCD came into our lives at the right time”
Dennis and Ashley McCauley of Billerica say, “We truly love the way that PCCD advocates for ALL children as well as their families.”
Carolyn Pounds, an Anderson School mom said “the tears were those of gratitude that Whit is surrounded by people who care for him, who know him well enough to know when he is not himself, and who will watch over him with tenderness and compassion when we are not right there to do so ourselves.”
Woodbridge school parents Devin and Lindsay say, “ We’ve noticed that her language and preschool-level skills have drastically improved since starting at Woodbridge School. It truly feels like she learns something new every week, and she has fun doing it.
Nikki and MIchael, PCCD Parents noted, “Jordan not only helped Wyatt get to where he is, she helped us. She taught us how to communicate with Wyatt using basic signs, creating routines and suggesting we print pictures of his favorite foods to create magnets on our fridge.”
*Any references to our organization in these stories and quotes before May 17th, 2023, will remain as PCCD (Professional Center for Child Development) because that was our name at the time of publication. Any stories after May 17th will use our new name, PCD (Partners in Child Development).