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Serves Children 0-19

BEHAVIOURal support program

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The program can be accessed by individuals aged 0-19 and their families. It is funded through the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD).

 Our Behaviour Services Program uses a family-centered, culturally sensitive, inclusive, and trauma-informed approach to provide support to families and their children to develop in a way that’s meaningful to them. Our services focus on a play-based approach for younger children and interested and strength based services to improve the daily life and living skills of youth.

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serves children 0-5

FAMILY FUN SPOT DROP-IN GROUP

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The Early Years program is a provincial program that works towards streamlining and improving services and programs for children 0-5.

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Serves Children 0-19

INCLUSIVE CHILD CARE PROGRAM

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Participation:

The Inclusive Child Care program (ICC) supports children to fully participate in inclusive neighborhood child care programs. Child care programs include licensed preschool, group daycare, family child care and school age care. Participation in the program is voluntary and ICC services are free of charge. Parents are responsible for all program fees.

Referrals
Parents may contact the ICC directly or may be referred by community professionals including: Child care providers, Child Development Consultants, Therapists, Public Health Nurses, Doctors, Social Workers

For more information about the program please contact (250) 632-3144 ext. 212

Prenatal to 1 year old

HEALTHY BABIES PROGRAM

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Healthy Babies program provides support to pregnant women and their families, and parenting support during the first year of baby’s life.

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CHILDCARE SERVICES

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Serves Children 0-19

CHILD DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT PROGRAM

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If you are concerned about your child’s development, the Infant Development Program can help.

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Serves children Birth to 19

SPEECH and LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY

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Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) works with children and youth who are having difficulties with their speech, language, social or feeding.

This can look like practicing different sounds or helping build up their words. The SLP works closely with you and your child to help expand your child’s communication using everyday activities. Communication comes in multiple forms including spoken words, gestures, facial expression or using technology such as an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) device.

SLPs also work on social communication such as interacting and playing with peers and flexible thinking. And let’s not forget, an SLP can also help with swallowing and feed concerns.

 

 

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Serves children Birth to 5

BUILDING BLOCKS PROGRAM

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Building Blocks is a family-centered support program which aims to increase the ability of parents or caregivers to support the health and development of their children from birth to five years of age.

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Serves Children 5-19

CHILD & YOUTH CARE PROGRAM

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The Child & Youth Care Program provides goal-oriented services to individual children and their families

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Serves children Birth to 19

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

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Pediatric (children’s) Occupational Therapists (OT’s) work with children who are having difficulty doing the “occupations” that they need to do. A child’s number one occupation is play. Other important occupations for young children include self-care activities like sleeping, eating, dressing, brushing teeth etc. For older children, important areas may include developing social skills, learning to read and write, self-regulation, sensory processing, and paying attention in class…

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Serves children Birth to 19

PHYSIOTHERAPY

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A pediatric or children’s physiotherapist (PT) is interested in your child’s physical abilities (or gross motor skills) such as rolling, crawling, sitting, walking, climbing, and jumping. First, the therapist will discuss your concerns about your child’s physical abilities, observe how your child moves, determine what they can do and figure out why some activities are difficult. The therapist may also assess how your child’s muscles feel (muscle tone), your child’s balance (postural reaction), coordination, motor skills as well as function.

Serves children Birth to 19

FAMILY SUPPORT

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The Family Support Worker provides general support to families who are accessing intervention services. They can provide information, parenting assistance, advocacy, systems navigation, and coordination of services. These services operate under a family-centered (parents/family make all decisions) and multi-disciplinary approach. 

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