National Children's Center

UPDATED: May 4, 2021

The National Children's Center (NCC) serves hundreds of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities—including people who have cerebral palsy, autism, and Down’s syndrome through early childhood education and early intervention, school programs, community residences and supports, day services and supports to include individualized day supports, work readiness training, supported employment, and vocational training. NCC supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities live, grow and thrive in their community, which fully includes and embraces them as valued and contributing members. All NCC programs are fully licensed and accredited.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • N/A


National Children's Center
3400 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
Washington, DC 20032-1542
United States






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