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Pediatric Care in Simi Valley

Discover our expanded and updated Child Development Center

We are pleased to announce that Adventist Health Simi Valley’s Child Development Center has opened our expanded and updated facility as of January 11, 2016. We are very excited for this move as we expand to more than 15,000 square feet of space to provide the highest-quality care to the children. Our new location is north of Adventist Health Simi Valley at:

Child Development Center
3015 N. Sycamore Drive
Simi Valley, CA 93065
(805) 955-8120

Mailing address:
2975 N. Sycamore Drive
Simi Valley, CA 93065

Driving directions

From the south and the west:

  • Take the 118 east to exit 25 (Sycamore Drive)
  • Turn left on Sycamore Drive
  • The CDC is located just past the hospital on the left
  • Parking is on the right

From the north and the east:

  • Take the 118 west to exit 25 (Sycamore Drive)
  • Turn right on Sycamore Drive
  • The CDC is located just past the hospital on the left
  • Parking is on the right

Child Development Center

Child development is the magnificent process of physical growth and learning. During critical periods in the early years, the child is particularly sensitive and teachable in given areas. Early language, sensory and motor experiences can have lasting influences throughout the life span.

Since 1979, the Child Development Center (CDC) has ensured that children with identified needs are treated by therapists and interventionists who understand these needs. Each child is unique; everyone develops at their own rate and time. Many therapies, programs and services are available at the CDC to challenge children to achieve their potential in numerous ways.

Location of services

Our child development services are available at the CDC, in the children's home and at various locations within the community:

At the center

  • Allows children to learn together and interact with others
  • Children attend with a parent or care provider
  • Children are grouped with others of a similar age
  • Parents or caregivers learn exercises and activities they can implement at home

In the home

  • A specialist brings toys and portable equipment into the home
  • Parents are taught exercises and activities to practice in the home
  • The intervention reflects the unique needs of the child and family

Within the community

  • At preschools and child care centers
  • Field trips to local parks and community sites
  • A collaborative effort with the Moorpark College parent/toddler class
  • The CDC PlaySpace

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