Children and youth with delays in communication, self help, social, cognitive and/or motor skills can benefit from intensive rehabilitation therapies. Outcomes are best when these interventions are developed with families and the strategies communicated to other caregivers.
Therapy services may be delivered by a therapist assistant, under the supervision of a therapist. If you are considering using a therapist assistant as part of your child's intervention the resource, Use of Therapist Assistants: Questions and Answers, may be helpful to you.
Acquired Brain Injury
Plans, coordinates and funds short-term, acute rehabilitation services in the home and community for children and youth with acquired brain injury.
Early Intervention Therapy Program
Provides community-based physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology and family support worker services to preschool children who are at risk of developmental delay or who have a disability and/or developmental delay.
School-Aged Therapy Program
Provides occupational therapy and physiotherapy services to school-aged children with special needs to achieve optimal independence and to assist them in meeting their educational goals.