Therapy for children with communication difficulties.
Occupational therapy (OT) treatment focuses on helping people with a physical, sensory, or cognitive disability be as independent as possible in all areas of their lives. OT can help kids with various needs improve their cognitive, physical, sensory, and motor skills and enhance their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.
Speech-Language Pathologists help with communication difficulties that your child may be having.
The Interior Health Child and Youth Speech-Language Pathology Service provides community speech pathologists to help families support the communication development of their children from birth to school entry. Services may include education, assessment, and intervention in a variety of settings. Support may occur individually or in groups. The information page contains educational information and more information about Speech-Language […]
East Kootenay Aboriginal Head Start Coordinators: Aqam – Cranbrook/Kimberley: Crystal Williams – 250-426-5717, email@example.com Lower Kootenay – Creston Valley: Trina Williams – 250-428-4406 Akisqnuk – Columbia Valley: Wendy Cullum – 250-342-6301, firstname.lastname@example.org Tobacco Plains – Grasmere/Fernie: Currently no Aboriginal Head Start program The Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Program funds activities that support early intervention strategies to address […]
The Infant Development Program serves children from birth to three years old, who are at risk for, or who already have, a developmental delay(s) or who have a diagnosed disability or medical condition. Our program is “family-centered”. This means that you, the parent, decide on what kind of support you need. How we can […]
School District No. 6 covers the geographical area of Golden, Windermere Valley and Kimberley. Rocky Mountain School District offers Speech-Language Pathology Services and Occupational Therapy services. Contact the Student Services Department for more information.
The Mountain Ridge Early Learning Program (ELP) has been designed with the goals of social, emotional, intellectual, physical and musical development of each individual child. Mountain Ridge ELP believes in a hands-on approach to learning for children while encouraging them to broaden their personal experiences. Individual progress reports are written for each child and teachers […]
The mission of the Family Resource Centre is to foster mental, social, physical and financial wellness throughout the Columbia Valley. The Family Resource Centre offers a variety of different programs for children ages 0-6 and their families. Programs include: Children Who Witness Abuse: Provides specialized services to children and youth who have witnessed abuse, threats […]
CBAL is a not-for-proft organization that promotes literacy an lifelong learning throughout the Columbia Basin and boundary region. CBAL works with other service providers in the community to deliver services and programs for children ages 0-6. In the Columbia Valley CBAL: Is the administrative agent for the Community Action Program for Children (CAPC) Partners with […]