Eligibility: Children under the age of 18 with a developmental disability
Delivery: Currently, the program is being offered virtually and/or by phone. This information will be updated once in-person programming resumes.
Program dates: Offered during the school year: September – June
Partners: Developmental Services Ontario
Our team works with families to enhance the independence of children living with developmental disabilities. We offer individualized support and engaging group activities that foster children’s social and emotional growth. We also offer home visits, coaching and support groups led by parents with experience raising children with developmental disabilities.
This program offers two support services for parents of children with developmental disabilities: the Parent Outreach Program and Parent Shared Services. Please contact us for information on how to access these services.
PARENT OUTREACH PROGRAM:
An individualized teaching program promoting independence for children living with developmental disabilities. Coaching is delivered by home visitors who are parents of children with developmental disabilities.
PARENT SHARED SERVICES:
Parents can participate in support groups led by other parents with lived experience raising children with developmental disabilities. This program is typically offered during the school year, from September to June.
Due to COVID-19, in-person services are currently unavailable. The program is being offered virtually and/or by phone.
School boards and families can contact us to register.
To learn more, please contact:
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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