Services

CDC services are family-centered. We recognize that the family is the most important influence in a child’s life and we encourage the family’s involvement in all services for their child. We strive to meet these goals by teaching the family/caregiver activities and strategies to be used within the child’s daily routines.  (School age refers to a child that is 5 years old on or before December 31 of that year)

To request services, please fill out and submit our Request for Services form.

Request for Services
Request for Services Form

Family Support Program (Child, Youth Care & Parenting): Provides services to children and families by engaging children and youth in socio-recreational activities and supporting the parents’ ability to provide adequate care for their children.
Intensive Support & Supervision: Service to youth referred under the Youth Criminal Justice Act to promote community safety and reduce the risk of youth re-offending.

FASD Key Worker & Parent Support Program: Maintains and enhances the stability of families with children and youth with FASD and other complex developmental disorders in order to improve the children’s long term outcomes by increasing the knowledge of parents and professionals about developmental-behavioural conditions such as FASD.

Infant Development: Services for children aged birth to 3 years old who are at risk for developmental delays or with a diagnosed disability. Assisting the family to optimize their child’s development, and encourage participation in a full range of community activities and services.

Occupational Therapy: Offered to children from birth to 19 years of age assisting with activities of daily living such as playing, learning, feeding and dressing.

Physiotherapy: Promotes physical development and movement in children from birth to 19 years of age.

Pre Natal: Focuses primarily on coping with pain in labour, routines and procedures used during labour/delivery, and preparing for the first two days after birth. One to two support people are welcome to attend. These labour “coaches” can learn a great deal about coping techniques for women in labour. For more information or to register for the classes please contact Alyson at 392-4481 ext.222.

Preschool: Our preschool promotes the optimal development of each child’s abilities following the philosophy of the inclusion of all children. The preschool is for children aged 3-5 years of age. There is a fee for this service.

Speech & Language Therapy: Provides services to children from birth to six years of age to improve communication skills and/or oral motor skills.

Supported Child Development: Services for children birth to nineteen who require extra support. Assisting the family to optimize their child’s development, and encourage participation in a full range of community activities and services. To request services, please fill out and submit our Request for Services form.

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