Welcome to the

Summit Center for Child Development

ONE

organization with two purposes

At the Summit Center it is our mission to provide high quality intervention services to the families of Lewis, Thurston, and Grays Harbor counties. 

We offer outpatient therapy services in the domains of communication, fine motor, and gross motor with the support of our team of Speech/Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Physical Therapists.  In addition, Growing Together at the Summit Center is a Regional Service Provider for Early Intervention Services as well as offering family support provided by our Family Resource Coordinators.  

 

Groups 

Currently Available

Social Skills Group

The focus of Friend Connections Social Skills group will be to give children and preteens/teens an opportunity to interact with peers and develop and use social language skills in both social interactions and language rich activities. The group will also provide parents with suggestions and strategies to use at home to facilitate expansion of social language skills taught each week.  Spots are limited.

Beyond Words Preschool

Preschool class for children 3-5 with an emphasis on developmentally appropriate learning and social interaction.

the Explorers

Ages 9m- 18m

Focuses on exploration, motor development, social interaction, & language.

Community spots available

-Temporarily on pause-

the Babblers

Ages 14m- 24m

Focuses on first words, social interaction, & making sounds.

Community spots available

-Temporarily on pause-

the adventurers

Ages 24m- 36m

Focuses on sensory play, motor development, social interactions & language development in a group learning experience.  

Community spots available

-Temporarily on pause-

Most recent class Handouts

Beyond Words
Flyer
Toddler Newsletter
9/2- 9/20
Toddler Newsletter
9/23
Toddler
Newsletter
10/14
Toddler Newsletter 11/5
Toddler Newletter 1/27
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"Play is the highest form of research."

Albert Einstein