Wonderland COVID-19 Updates and Resources

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We are continuing to support children and families via our telehealth platform.

Teletherapy Services

Wonderland Child & Family Services is suspending all in-person appointments, therapy visits, meetings with families, and group activities until further notice. We will continue providing our excellent therapy and family support services in the comfort and convenience of your home via our telehealth platform. 

Wonderland believes in the value of in-person services and will be offering them again as soon as we are able. Until then, we are committed to continuing to meet your child’s and family’s needs during this stressful time and feel very fortunate to have a telehealth platform and capabilities that allows us to do that. Teletherapy sessions provide an excellent way to maintain routines and normalcy and get continued support from your provider team while ensuring the health and safety of all during this ever-changing time filled with uncertainty. To take part in telehealth sessions, families simply need to download the Microsoft Teams app on their computer. Go to this link to download this free app.

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What is Wonderland?

We help children meet healthy developmental milestones through evaluations, Early Intervention, and supplemental support programs.

Get Started

Are you concerned about the development of a child between the ages of birth and three? We provide in-home evaluations at no cost to you. Babies and toddlers can’t wait, so request an evaluation today!

Meet Our Clients

Inspirational. Dynamic. Heartwarming. Every child we serve makes progress in some capacity. We take pride in every milestone they reach. Meet some of our all-star kids.

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Thank you to the Sterling Realty Organization for their continued support and very generous gift of $25,000 to support Wonderland’s Hope RISING Clinic.

A very big thank you to the Whitehorse Foundation for $38,000 in support of our Hope RISING Clinic and CHERISH program.

A big thank you to the Moccasin Lake Foundation for their increased award of $7,500 in support of our Hope RISING Clinic and The Next Level™ Early-Intervention Program.

Thank you to the Jordan Fund for continuing to support Wonderland with a grant of $1,000.

Thank you to the Kawabe Memorial Fund, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee for the grant of $2,000 in support of The Next Level™ Early-Intervention Program.

Thank you to  The Everett Clinic Foundation for $5,000 in support the The Next Level™ Early-Intervention Program.

Thank you to the Nysether Families Funds held at the Community Foundation for $5,000 in support of The Next Level™ Early-Intervention Program.

Thank you to the Community Foundation of Snohomish County for their generous $5,000 grant to support Wonderland’s Infant Mental Health Counseling.

A warm thank you to the David McKinlay Trust for their grant of $20,000 in support of the CHERISH Program.

Thank you to The Glaser Foundation for their grant of $3,000 in support of our unique The Next Level™ Early-Intervention Program.

Thank you to The Seattle Foundation for their grant of $5,450.

Thank you to the Quil Ceda Village and Tulalip Tribes for their continued support of $4,000 for The Next Level™ Early-Intervention Program.

Our highest thanks and gratitude to the Verdant Health Commission for its annual $149,499 support of The Next Level Early-Intervention Program and their 2019-2021 grant of $505,000 in support of Wonderland’s new Hope RISING Clinic.

Thank you to the United Way of King County for their $35,844 grant through 2018.

Thank you to our school district partners!

Wonderland’s work with children lays the foundation for future learning, with school readiness as a goal. We are grateful to our school district partners who support our vision that all children should have access to our high-quality care that sets the stage for achieving each child’s brightest future.

Learn more about the importance of Wonderland’s
early-intervention services, and why timing matters.