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 […]
Information on the Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) and education savings for your children’s future. Website Visit your financial advisor to decide which savings plan will work best for you and your family.
Child Care Subsidy is a monthly payment to assist eligible British Columbia families with the cost of child care. Monthly subsidy payments vary depending on the family’s circumstances Information on the BC Child Care subsidy for parents on eligibility, how to apply, continuing the subsidy and making changes is available on the website. Information for […]
Safe Start BC provides online resources and information for parents and families on safety and preventing injury in your home. Developed by BC Children’s Hospital. Safe Start BC Website
Parachute Canada is a charity helping Canadians stop preventable and predictable injuries. The website has resources and information for parents and caregivers.
Burns are a leading cause of injury for children under the age of 5. The BC Children’s Hospital and the BC Professional Firefighters’ Burn Fund developed the Too Hot for Tots Program to educate parents, caregivers and professionals on safety measures that can be taken to prevent these burns and injuries. Access the Too Hot […]
Tips and information to ensure you are using your car seat correctly. Click here.
The Shuswap Band offers the following services to community members: Social Development Health Services Youth Services Education and Training Membership Services Bylaws Taxes Housing
The Akisqnuk First Nation is a vibrant, growing community nearly 300 members strong situated in the Columbia Valley, southeast British Columbia, Canada. Staff at the Akisqnuk First Nation strive to offer top-quality programs and services for the Akisqnuk community. The Akisqnuk First Nation administration is headquartered in two buildings: The Akisqnuk First Nation Administration Office and […]