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Parent Representatives Needed

At the Child Development Center (CDC), we believe that the people affected by a decision should have a say in it. Moreover, conversations about services that aim to improve the quality of life for a group of people are not complete without the voices of those people. The services that our CDC team provides for children with developmental delays and disabilities are family-focused. Therefore, families need to be at the table.

If you are a parent or guardian whose child receives CDC services, your perspective is invaluable. Currently, there are two options for you to serve.

“My family has been working with CDC for four years now, and we have seen incredible progress in our son Luka!” said CDC Board Director Becky Notch. “It is a privilege to serve on the board of directors as a parent representative. I especially appreciate having insight into the behind-the-scenes decisions that are made for the organization.”

CDC’s Executive Director, Carolyn Prussen, would be thrilled to talk with you about your interest in either of these opportunities. She will be able to answer your questions, and then you can explore whether it might be a good fit.

Contact Carolyn at (406) 755-2425 or by E-mail.

More information about the roles and responsibilities of each position is below.